Emily’s Eggcellent Easter Edit•
Easter has become big news in our house, with almost as much anticipation from the little ones as Christmas.
I like to leave trails of feathers around the house and little clue’s hidden inside golden eggs with wicker
Easter baskets to collect the goodies. Such fun! Here is my Easter edit…
These deliciously yolk yellow dungarees £34.95 from Carlota Barnabe would be perfect Easter egg
hunting wear. This Kalinka Handknits hat would make the sweetest Easter bonnet £24.95 & this
Hello Simone dress £44.95 needs no words! All new stock from the wee store.
This mini magpie and lublue collaboration basket would make the most amazing (if extravagant)
Easter basket £35.00. Not all Easter treats should be sweet & these Meri Meri paper carrots from The Hambledon contain jokes, temporary tattoos and a surprise for £9.00. This Sarah Lovell
Hand illustrated colouring book about English wildlife is really beautiful and underneath each
Illustration is three fun facts about each animal £4.95 from the wee store.
This melamine rabbit plate £5.00 would be great for Easter, picnic’s & playdates, the wee store
have plenty of designs in store. There is nothing like a classic chocolate bunny at the end of your Easter egg hunt. This one is made from solid organic chocolate from Fortnum and Mason £7.50. But
why stick to bunnies? Any Crocodile lover like my son would love this Roald Dahl Enormous crocodile egg complete with story book & baby Crocodiles inside, from Selfridges £19.95.
Oh and no Easter is complete without these guys… right? £4.00 from John Lewis.
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