Non-Chocolate Easter Gifts for Girls

Non-Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas for GirlsA few days ago I shared some awesome non-chocolate gift ideas for toddlers, and since it was so popular with you guys, I thought I’d put together some of my favourite non-chocolate gift ideas for girls too.

I want to apologize in advance for the majority of the gifts featuring bunny rabbits – it seems to be the theme for most Easter gifts this year. Anyway, hope you guys enjoy it regardless and that you find some inspiration for what to buy the little girl in your life this year …

Bunny In Personalised Easter Tin - Born GiftedCuddly Bunny in Personalised Easter Tin – £22.99
First up I’ve picked out this fabulously fun bunny in a personalised Easter tin from Born Gifted. The tin measures approximately 17cm x 10.5cm and has a pop-off lid and colourful polka dot design. It can be personalised with the name of your choice on the front, and a message of up to 5 lines on the back.

When the lid is removed from the top of the tin a super cute and cuddly bunny is revealed. It has long floppy ears and big feet and is just the perfect companion for little girls to cuddle up to. I think it would make a fabulous non-chocolate Easter gift.

Flopsy Bunny Cushion - My 1st YearsFlopsy Bunny Cushion – £25.00
I just couldn’t resist adding this adorable flopsy bunny cushion to this years Easter gift ideas for girls. It’s from My 1st Years, and I love the detail that it has. The heart shaped nose is just too cute! The cushion has long floppy ears attached, and its patchwork tummy has a floral print which reminds me a lot of a Cath Kidston design.

I think this cushion would be ideal for younger girls to snuggle up to, or for adding a splash of colour to a white bedroom. It’s absolutely gorgeous and I half wish Stacey was still little so I could treat her to it!

Make Your Own Bluebird Kit - Not On The High StreetMake Your Own Bluebird Craft Kit – £18.00
If the little lady in your life is a fan of making things then this Sew Your Own Bluebird Craft Kit from Not On The High Street will be right up their alley! The kit comes with everything you need to sew one gorgeous little bluebird toy, including luxurious wool felt, cotton on tiny wooden spools, stuffing, a needle, sewing pattern and full instruction on how to make him. The only other thing she’ll need is a pair of scissors.

The kit comes beautifully packaged and all of the components included are ethically sourced here in Britain. I think the bluebird is really cute, and I’m considering picking one up for Stacey’s Easter basket as she loves to make things like this. And if birds aren’t really your cup of tea then there are loads of variations of this kit available to buy, including a rabbit, a chick and a kitten. The kits are aimed at children over the age of 7, and it’s recommended that it should only be used under the direct supervision of an adult. Perfect for those all important mummy/daughter days!

Paint Your Own Easter Eggs - My 1st YearsPack of 6 Paint Your Own Easter Eggs – £10.00
If you’re still thinking along the lines of picking up something crafty, but aren’t wanting to go with anything as time consuming as the sewing kit I mentioned before, then why not treat your little one to this pack of 6 paintable egg decorations, which are just perfect for unleashing her artistic side this Easter?!

Nestled on a bed of straw contained within a cute picket fence, these miniature Easter eggs are patiently waiting to be painted and enjoyed by the whole family. The set even comes with 6 little paint pots and brushes so they’ll have everything they need for an afternoon full of arts and crafts. I just love the look of it!

Bunny Jump Game - AmazonBunny Jump Game£19.99 £14.99
When I was thinking of things to include in my post on Easter gift ideas for girls I knew I wanted something fun and exciting, and I think I found just that when I came across this awesome Bunny Jump game from University Games!

The aim of the game is simple – you just need to be the player who has collected the most carrots by the end to win. Safely sitting on top of his burrow, the bunny watches his carrot field. Pull out the carrots but be careful not to frighten him in the process. Stay focused and be ready to catch him when he jumps in the air. The game comes complete with a burrow, a jumping rabbit, 12 carrots and a spinner. Bunny Jump is suitable for 2-4 players age 5 and up and is guaranteed to provide hours of fun for the whole family!

Easter Bunny Mug - Not On The High StreetPersonalised Easter Bunny Mug – £12.00
I absolutely love personalised products, so when I recently spotted these dinky Easter Bunny Mugs over on Not On The High Street I just knew I had to add them to my post on gift ideas for girls! You are able to choose from a wide range of personalisation and style options, which allows you to create a bespoke mug taylored for the recipient.

Why not have a name, phrase or initial printed on the front of the mug, and include a special message to your little girl on the back? With more than 30 background colours and 15 fonts to choose from, you’re sure to have loads of fun creating a mug that she will treasure forever. I even want one for myself!

Woodland Bunnies Lolly Makers - dotcomgiftshopWoodland Bunnies Lolly Makers – £4.95
I think almost everyone likes homemade ice lollies, so this set of 6 colourful lolly moulds in a tray are sure to go down a treat this Easter! They are super simple to use – just fill the moulds with your favourite juice, slot them into the tray and then pop them into the freezer until they are completely frozen. Then voila, you’ll have yourself 6 perfectly formed lollies.

The instructions suggest running each individual rocket lolly under warm water to release them once they’re ready to eat, and I love that the cute little bunnies on top of each mould are actually the lolly sticks! I think they’d make a wonderful gift for a loved one this Easter.

Personalised Chick Charm Bracelet - Merci MamanPersonalised Chick Bracelet – £29.00
I love Merci Maman jewellery, so just couldn’t resist adding their gorgeous chick bracelet to my Easter Gift Guide! You can choose from two different metals for the chick charm – sterling silver or 18k gold plated – and then have it engraved with their name, initial or a special word. The colour of the braid can also be changed from the yellow shown in the picture as well. There are over 20 different shades to pick from, such as neon pink, turquoise and light grey, and you can add a clasp if you wish to as well, although I think they look great without one.

The bracelets are adjustable, so they will grow with your little one, and I think they just look amazing on. I’ve bought loads of these as presents for family and friends and everyone has loved them, so they’re sure to be a hit. And you can even buy the bracelet with a bunny charm if you prefer.

Bunny Slippers - The White CompanyFluffy Bunny Slippers – £22.00
How cute is this pair of fluffy bunny slippers from The White Company?! They are perfect for girly girls with their cute bunny face and super-soft fluffy finish. They will absolutely love the little pop-up ears and easy slip-on style. On the soles of the slippers you will find some sturdy, star shaped ‘puff’ grips for piece of mind. I know that my two like slippers with grips on as they stop them from slipping on our wood floor! These slippers make a practical but fun gift this Easter.

Bunny Rabbit Tutu - Not On The High StreetBunny Rabbit Tutu – £28.00
And last but not least I’ve picked out this gorgeous bunny rabbit tutu from Not On The High Street. The pale coloured tutu is embellished with a tulle pompom bunny tail and gold satin bow. It’s perfect for little princesses who like dressing up and dream of magical faraway lands, secret fairy gardens or even of being a prima ballerina when they grow up!

The tutu’s are handmade and extremely good quality. They are double layered for fullness and made with quality tulle. They come in one size, which fits ages 2-8, and are guaranteed to provide hours of wonderful dressing up fun. I wonder if I could fit into one …

And there you have it – 10 lovely Easter gift ideas for girls that are way better than chocolate!
Do you think you’d buy any of these gifts for the little angels in your life?
Make sure you let me know in the comments below!

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  1. 21/03/2016 / 9:57 pm

    How cute are these gifts. I especially lvoe the cups for a ta party.

  2. 21/03/2016 / 10:03 pm

    I like the woodland bunnies lolly makers. That’s something they could get so much use out of.

  3. 21/03/2016 / 11:38 pm

    I am a big fan of giving stuffed animals. It is something I always got and now I keep the tradition up with my kids.

  4. 22/03/2016 / 12:57 am

    That stuffed animal bunny needs to be on my doorstep! I love it! These are great ideas!

  5. 22/03/2016 / 1:51 am

    Great items here! I’m a fan of non-candy gifts for the holidays!

  6. 22/03/2016 / 3:25 am

    Easter and Halloween are always tough times for my kids because there is candy everywhere they can’t have because of their severe food allergies. As a food allergy parent, I appreciate your non-candy gift ideas. Nice post!

  7. 22/03/2016 / 3:43 am

    Okay, those are all adorable! I think I need a bunny tutu myself!

  8. 22/03/2016 / 3:56 am

    That little bluebird is just the cutest puffball. I would totally choose that.

  9. 22/03/2016 / 4:59 am

    These are absolutely adorable gift ideas for people who celebrate the Easter Bunny.

  10. 22/03/2016 / 1:27 pm

    What darling ideas. My daughter would love the bunny pillow, looks like her taste

  11. 22/03/2016 / 2:47 pm

    these are the sweetest gifts! I always would do little gifts and just maybe one or two pieces of candy as my kid always liked that more.

  12. Tonya C
    22/03/2016 / 3:04 pm

    Such great ideas for Easter gifts. I’m especially loving that bunny in a tin and my girls would love those fuzzy bunny slippers!

  13. 22/03/2016 / 3:59 pm

    Some lovely ideas here. I like giving alternative gifts at easter. The fluffy bunny slippers are cute.

  14. 22/03/2016 / 4:46 pm

    That bunny tutu! I am totally making this! My daughter is going to look SO cute!

  15. 22/03/2016 / 6:01 pm

    I love that bunny rabbit tutu – it may have accidentally fallen in my basket

  16. 22/03/2016 / 6:30 pm

    Great options for sure. We didnt buy chocolate this year either.

  17. 22/03/2016 / 6:40 pm

    I can think of at least four ladies in my household that would be more than happy with the Flopsy Bunny Cushion. Leaves more chocolate for me 😀
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  18. 22/03/2016 / 10:20 pm

    Super cute ideas! I love the non-chocolate ideas, especially if a child has allergies, etc! Thank you!

  19. 22/03/2016 / 11:36 pm

    I love everything especially the bunny tutu and the flopsy bunny cushion they are gorgeous and I love anything that is pink and girly!
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  20. 24/03/2016 / 2:30 am

    I prefer giving anything other than chocolate to kids, so I really enjoyed this list. That Bunny Slippers, tho! I think I want ones to myself!!!!

  21. 24/03/2016 / 10:40 pm

    I love the bracelet and also the ‘make your own bluebird’ kit – so cute! X

  22. stephanie
    25/03/2016 / 12:12 am

    These gifts are gorgeous, I love the flopsy bunny cushion. x

  23. 25/03/2016 / 6:21 am

    What a great selection of non-chocolate gifts. I especially love the cuddly toys and the tutu, wonder if they do that in my size!
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  24. 25/03/2016 / 8:34 pm

    The mugs are really cute and I love the paint your own eggs. That is a sweet idea and perfect for younger children where things shouldn’t be complicated

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