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Below I’m going to work through a couple of hundred or so website dedicated at the fun side of Easter. I’ll be looking at decorations, craft supplies, personalised Easter cards, alternative Easter gifts, personalised gifts in general, Easter gifts for babies and pregnant women and anybody else I can think of. What better way to spend an afternoon?
If you’re planning an Easter egg hunt, then here’s some stuff you might need:
There are a good number of families that love decorating their homes at Easter, and why not? I’m going to go through a list of the different types of decorations and see which sites have the best: most original and the cheapest prices and then post them up here. These include:
With four days off in a row sometimes it can be difficult to keep the children occupied so I’m going to go through a whole list of different crafts you can do with your kids and where to get them. I’ll focus primarily on full packs where you don’t have to spend an hour or so working out what to get which should be a helpful if you’re not a craft expert. They do often include felt, stickers, Easter chicks and the like.
Actually there are a good range of Easter greetings to choose from these days when you want them to be personalised with somebody’s name or have the option to upload a photo.
In this section you can find the more fun side of Easter that doesn’t necessarily revolve around eating lots of chocolate. I’ve broken it down into:
If I have time I’ll put together a list of essential baking stuff for Easter.