The highstreet is bursting with fun and new quirky ideas for Easter this year. I have looked around Asda, Hobbycraft, Sainsburys, Matalan, TK Maxx and Next and below are the best Easter finds I feel out there at the moment. From Easter egg trinkets, napkins, fun model bunnies,plates,wreaths, cushions and more.
Hobbycraft have some amazing finds for EVERYTHING, they have Easter holidays defiantly covered with their arts, crafts, painting and decorations. Whether you are planning an Easter egg hunt, family Easter get together or you just want to keep the kids amused in the holidays-they have you covered. All of the items in the first collage for Hobbycraft are all priced between £1-£5, from Easter baskets, wreaths, hanging decorations and crafts.
The second collage is from Sainsburys they have some cute Easter accessories and treats. There party section is great as they have some specially designed Easter napkins and tablecloths which are all under £5. The “Happy Easter” wreath is £6 and was one of my cheeky Easter buys which looks great in my home. The bunnies are a great alternative for children instead of Easter eggs , they are £6 and there is the choice of a princess ballerina and a superhero.
Next up I visited Matalan they have great homeware that also covers Easter with their bunny plates , bunny cups, Easter plates, Easter bunny mug and many more. They have an Easter drinks tumbler set, this would be a great Easter gift for kids as although they have a fun cup it comes with mini notebook, stickers and colour pencils. Matalan have a beautiful cushion with a soft bunny on the front, its a great cushion to bring out at Easter but i feel its such a cute cushion it could be used all year round as there is no writing on it. The cushion is £8.
Next have some really cute homeware that would be really ideal for Easter, They tend to always have lots of bunny or rabbit accessories. I have picked 4 really cute items that I personally love. The small bunny ornament with a yellow pom pom tail is £7 and it is 100% ceramic. The yellow utensil pot/vase with the bunny face is £12 and 100% stoneware this would look great in the kitchen adding a hint of colour. The flocked bunny ornament is £12 it would look great on a table in the hall or on the fireplace floor. Lastly my favourite the bunny print cushion with a yellow pom pom edge and yellow reverse. The cushion is £14 machine washable and 100% cotton which is great. I would buy a couple of these and use them on the sofas in my lounge with a bright bold cushion either side of them.
TK Maxx have an endless supply of Easter treats, i found so mnay cute bunny and egg ornaments and accessories. They range from £3-15, I particularly liked the hanging egg tree decorations which come in many designs and colours and are £2.49 a pack. The pearlescant bunny statues were really preety and would be a great Easter addition to the home these are £4.99 each.
One of my most wanted accessories this Easter for myself would have to be an Easter wreath for my front door.. TK Maxx had a very great range with so many colours and designs and they started from £10.
TK Maxx have everything you could think of for Easter, Evan tea towels. All tea towels are 100% cotton and they range from £3.99- £5.99. There are so many different designs from Bunnies, pugs with bunny ears, eggs and there fun novelty prints. Theses are great for Easter time to add fun to your kitchen but also fun for all year round.
Asda have lots of Easter eggs and fun gifts but they do not have a big range on novelty products. They do however have a great range of bunny themed products in homeware- and I love bunnies.
- Green bunny teabag rest now reduced to £1.50
- Bunny large mug £2
- Blue bunny butter dish £7
- Bunny double oven glove
- Blue bunny biscuit tin has now been reduced to £5
- Bunny tablecloth, wipe clean and 180 x 130cm
There are so many more bunny themed homeware products in store such as teapots, lighting, placemat’s and coasters.