Sunday, March 17, 2013

The Easter Bunny goes online.

I headed out to do some shopping 'sans kids' today. While I was out I thought I might check out the Easter eggs for this year. They left me a little bored, Easter eggs really haven't changed in decades. It may be only once a year, but there are only so many Humpty Dumpty eggs and Elegant Rabbits you can consume in a life time.

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?


  1. I got taken to Melbourne for a delicious weekend, and brought home chocolates for koko black. Reading that, took me on a little trip down memory lane...

    Back to the chocolate, delish! You're a gem ato do this. I love the look of the first one, hairy balls or not ;)

  2. Love these ideas! I was thinking the same thing today Easter shopping - going to go online or homemade I think :)

  3. You know I've never given much thought to how boring easter eggs are until now. (Thanks for that ..... now I'm going to have to try to be creative too!!!) Love the lolly-pop eggs :)

  4. I am in love with the look of those quail eggs. I see them in my Easter future.

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