I headed home and started a search and stumbled on these goodies which are all available online - Easter Bunny wouldn't even need to leave the house to deliver these.
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|Ok, I admit, the photography in this one did make me think of 'Hare Balls' - but for the more mature in your family, grab these from Koko Black |
|A little less Easter looking, but still very very fun. These are in Melbourne at Burch and Purchese, and available at the online store too.|
|A cute little bag of chocolates from Oxfam Australia, they also had a range of options suitable for Easter, and some blocks of chocolate that might be handy to have in the pantry!|
|Another classy option from Koko Black|
|Also from Burch and Purchese. The girls will love these and they are hoping (can I write hopping!!) to get these in their Easter baskets.|
|This is a more useful option for the teeny ones in your family. I just can not buy yet another soft toy, no matter how cute the Bilby or Bunny is. This pack is at least useful for entertaining and carrying a few googgies from an egg hunt. It is from Haighs, but you might need to head into a store to grab one.|
|I spent quite some time on this website - Heart of Chocolate. |
The thing I kept going back to was the drinking chocolate. I think it is a perfect gift for the many people who just don't want to eat 87 Easter eggs in one weekend. As usual, I was impressed by the packaging too, but I am a sucker for modern packaging of old products.
How do you celebrate Easter - is chocolate a part of your celebration? Any further ideas for online Easter shopping?