The best non-chocolate Easter gifts

March 28, 2017

By Melinda Queck

It’s that time of year again when the shops are filled with chocolate eggs. Not good for someone with a sweet tooth and no will power (aka, me!)  Here are some non-chocolate Easter Gift ideas (okay, there is a little chocolate; what would Easter be without over indulging on chocolate!) Inspired by the Easter Bunny.

First off, this one is not a bunny, but isn’t he just the cutest! I am a huge advocate for online shopping, but pictures of this little guy do not do him justice and you have to see him to fall in love with him too:

Lambert Easter Friend | R149.99 | Woolworths

Wooden Stacking Bunny Toy | R99.99 | Woolworths

Bunny Print Dress | R219 | Spree

Bunny Earphones | R69.99 | Mr Price

Rabbit Head Phne Splitter | R199 | Superbalist

Lettuce the Flying Rabbit by M. Stanley | R125 | Takealot

Personalised Bunny Love Happy Easter Tray | R169.99 | Netflorist

Bunny Ring Holder | R149 | Superbalist

Bunny Pouch | R99.99 | Woolworths

Bunny Studs | R80 | Hello Pretty

Finger Puppet with Milk Chocolates | R49.99 | Woolworths

My First Easter Baby Grow | R150 | Panda Love

Sterling Silver Bunny Ring | R250 | Hello Pretty

Lego Duplo Family Pets | R149.99 | Toy Kingdom

Bunny Pen Holder | R139.99 | Mr Price Home

Personalised Face Mug | R129.95 | Netflorist

Secret Life of Pets Activity Book | R89 | Takealot

Sylvanian Family Ocher Rabbit Family | R269.99 | Pops Toys


Djeco Wooden Musical Box Sweet Rabbit’s Song | R395 | Takealot

Flopsy Bunny Pendant | R480 | Hello Pretty

Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit | R99 | Takealot

Personalised Mug with Chocolates | R199.99 | Netflorist

Bunny with Heart | R195 | Hello Pretty

Alilo Music Player and Night Light | R549 – R799 | Takealot


About Melinda



Melinda describes herself as a ‘momtrepreneur’ – a mom to a beautiful daughter, a business owner and a shopaholic. She's a regular online shopper and has recently started The Online Round Up, a site dedicated to the great products and services found online. To support this shopaholic behaviour, Melinda works as a creative recruiter and has been matching talented professional to positions for over a decade. She owns and manages Creative Match, a specialist creative recruitment agency.

Easter feature image: Shutterstock

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