Easter Gift Guide and #Competition #Win #Giveaway

As I have previously mentioned on our blogger collaborative giveaway, we are true lovers of Easter! So here is my gift guide for this great day, with an added competition too for my lovely readers!


For the chocolate lovers:



I have never really seen Ferrero make an impact at Easter but, it has been something I have been missing out on for years! They have a great range availble from an awesome Ferrero Rocher Easter Egg RRP £11.54, to a lovely Ferrero Bunny RRP £5.97 featuring the classic Ferrero Rocher treats! Eldest if particularly fond of Bunnys so I know he will love to keep the box even when the treats are gone!


Elizabeth Shaw

An eggcellent (sorry!) new range from Elizabeth Shaw this Easter, the honeycomb crisp which the brand is well recognised for features in all of the chocolate eggs ensuring a unique and enjoyable texture! Now onto the bespoke flavours, Milk Orange Crisp Egg, Dark Mint Crisp Egg and Famous Names Whisky Collection Egg all available from Adsa with an RRP £10.00 why not spoil that special person in your life!



Well my boys go absolutely mad for Haribo, so why not ensure their Easter Egg hunt has some exciting surprises this year! Haribo have a great range to offer as well, they even have an Easter Hunt Bucket RRP £5.00 including 32 mini bags for hiding, Easter stickers, Hunting Clues and Hunting tips, its really the whole Easter egg hunter in a neat box! (Lets not put the Easter Bunny out of a job tho!) I also have a Haribo selection to add to the prize bundle!





Hands down Cadburys would be the number one in our house (Purely by the consumption The Mrs has!) But as ever Cadburys is not letting us down this Easter! I say they have the biggest range available by far and I know the boys must be wondering if the Easter Bunny himself has shares in the company when they trek out on their Easter egg hunt! You name it and Cadburys have it, they have Dairy Milk Bunnys in various sizes, an Egg Hunt Pack RRP £4.09, classic Creme Eggs RRP 58p, a selection of medium sized eggs RRP £3.49 (The oreo one is on my list!) they even have one you can decorate yourself! Its definitely going to be a Cadburys Easter in our house!

For those wanting to try something different:



My boys both love their scooters, recently they have been looking into snagging themselves a skate board to see if they can improve on their stunt skills (This is where I have to distract the Mrs – just remember the safety gear!). This Easter we may well plan to not give any eggs to our family and friends but, instead save the money and invest it into a new skateboard each! There is an amazing and immense range available from skates and one lucky reader has the chance to win a Enuff Pow Complete Skateboard in blue RRP £34.95 as part of the prize bundle! (as pictured)



Having something to keep after all the chocolate has long gone is a great idea, luckily at BornGifted they have some adorable options, my top three from the site are; The Cheeping Chick RRP £5.99 which is a lovely and soft plush which cheeps when you press his belly, The Little Book of Easter Activities RRP £5.99 which is crammed full of creative ideas for the Easter Season and my favorite is the Personalised Bunny in a Tin RRP £22.99, which I have one to giveaway! I love the range, not only is there plenty to look at but, there is a varying cost level to ensure you can find the right gift for the right price!


Rory’s Story Cubes®: Batman

Something the boys have been loving since Christmas is story cubes, roll the nine dice and let them guide you through your story. With the added bonus that this superhero is one of the boys favorite, meaning they can start the story “In the shadows of Gotham”. It really gets their imagination and creativity flowing! Luckily I have Rory’s Story Cubes®: Batman RRP £12.00 to add the the giveaway so may be able to have a go yourself!

Win an Easter Prize Bundle worth over £75!

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