What Should I Get For Easter 2017

What Should I Get For Easter?

Easter is coming. You may want to prepare gifts for the whole family. This Passover holiday is one that you do not want to pass over.

Easter is

Easter is a Christian holiday that derived from the Jewish Passover. People celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

This is why Easter Eggs tradition was born. People from early Christian community of Mesopotamia used eggs as a symbol of an empty tomb. They dyed chicken eggs red symbolized the blood of Christ that had been shed. Modern custom uses chocolate or plastic eggs filled with candies or other sweets.

Easter Bunny

The bunny character, in German Lutheran communities, plays the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or disobedient in behavior. Easter Bunny carries colored eggs in his basket, candy, and sometimes also toys to the homes of children. Just like Santa Claus. 😀

Why the character of bunny? I don’t know. Maybe because early churches believed that a rabbit is a hermaphrodite that could reproduce without loss of virginity led to an association with the Virgin Mary. Well… ancient time has ancient beliefs.

What Should I Get For Easter?

Now we know a little bit of Easter background, let’s get some gifts for your loved ones.

Eco-Eggs Coloring Kit. This is a good eggs coloring kit. It is eco-friendly. No chemicals are involved. You can still eat the eggs after you colored them. You need to be patient with this coloring kit. It may take 10-15 minutes dipping to let the colorants work. The dyes are made with natural and organic fruit, plant and vegetable extracts from annatto seed, curcumin, purple sweet potato and red cabbage. The package also comes with grass seed and coconut husk puck. Just add water to make coconut husk a “soil”. Just remember to time your grass seed so it can grow in time for Easter.

Jellycat Bashful Beige Bunny. It is not a complete Easter without having a bunny plush that you can hug and cuddle. This 12-inch plush is so soft that you always want to keep it close. The washing instruction is spot only. But if you want to wash it, put it in a mesh bag and run a gentle cycle once. I know that your toddlers will love this adorable plush. I want one, too.


The Story of Easter. You need to tell your children the story of Easter. This board book will help you tell the story to your toddler. Nothing but the truth about the Passover. It will be a story that your child will pass on to the next generations. Vibrant illustrations and colors will definitely catch your toddler’s attention. For age 2-5.


48 Toy-Filled Bright Colorful Easter Eggs.These eggs will bring joy to the hunt. You can hide the eggs around the garden or the house. Children will be excited to find various toys inside the eggs they find. The egg is small enough with 2.5″ height. It will be easy enough to hide them. The plastic egg color is bright enough for the children to notice it. Let the hunt begins!


Easter Window Cling Decorations. These 4 large sheets will help you decorate your house or classroom. It will help to bring this spring festive atmosphere to your surrounding. Ask your children to help you decorate the windows. I love how the sun lights up the window decorations. It really brightens up my day and I’m sure yours, too.

Final Conclusion

I hope that you will have fun this Easter with your family and friends. You can watch the children play egg hunt, share easter stories with them, and have a lot of activities.

What else that you get for this Easter? Can you share some of your ideas and gifts below?

08 comments on “What Should I Get For Easter?

  • Kien , Direct link to comment

    This is awesome. I love your post. Thanks for educating us about Easter. The Easter hunt is my favorite. I see some good stuff that I could have for Easter. Thanks for sharing!

  • Kurtis Quick , Direct link to comment

    Hey I have a question. My sister just had a baby and I want to get my niece something. She is a newborn. Is that Bunny suitable for a newborn baby? She will only be about a month old.

  • Brandon , Direct link to comment

    I like your suggestions here, Arief, and my favorite would have to be they Eco coloring eggs. What I like the most about them is that there are no dangerous chemicals, but most of all, you can still EAT them after coloring them. I’ve never seen these before, but it turns out they work extremely well. Thanks for the great ideas!

    • Arief Wibowo , Direct link to comment

      Hi Brandon,
      I always worry when I received colorful easter eggs. I don’t know if I should eat them or just throw them away after Easter. That’s why I recommend people to use eco coloring eggs. No chemicals and still safe to eat the eggs afterwards. I am glad that you also share my view.

  • Ravi , Direct link to comment

    Hey man,

    Nice history on Easter. Didn’t know much about it! Love the eco egg coloring kit! It’s eco after all!

    Thanks for sharing!


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