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    Easter treats from the Disney Store

    How do you celebrate Easter? With the children being off school for 2 weeks (yippee!) we are looking forward to lots of family time. I’ve been busy arranging play dates and days out but I know we’ll have some down time at home too.

    Easter treats from the Disney Store

    I’m hoping the weather will be a little warmer so we can spend some time in the garden. My 6 year old is desperate to be outdoors and she loved playing in the snow yesterday. Fortunately my children love to be creative and craft so are always happy to spend time exploring our craft cupboards too. I was delighted to be sent some products from the Disney Store, including their new Easter range, to help spark their creativity, these came in really handy with the cold snap over the weekend.

    Spider-Man Figural Colouring Set

    They love chocolate but I don’t want them consuming too much chocolate over the Easter holidays. Chocolate is so cheap but nasty! I’m hoping they don’t receive too many chocolate eggs, I would much rather give something a little longer lasting and fun! I couldn’t wait to see their faces when they received the Colour Your Own Spider-Man colouring set and Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Friendship Bracelet Set from the Disney Store!

    Spider-Man toy from the Disney Store

    These are just the kind of activities they love to do. Not only do they have some fun but they also get to keep the finished Spider-Man figure and Frozen bracelets as a nice keepsake. The Spider-Man Figural Colouring Set contains a moulded Spider-Man figure which you can decorate with the 10 coloured pens which are included. My son loves colouring so this was something a little different for him.

    Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Friendship Bracelet Set

    Forget building a snowman and build a friendship bracelet instead! Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Friendship Bracelet Set includes 105 beads, 8 breakaway clasps and 8 cords as well as character beads to help you create your own pretty bracelets. I love that this encouraged my daughter’s fine motor skills whilst she had fun choosing which beads to use too. They both loved the craft sets and I think they would make great alternative gifts to give this Easter.

    My children were also sent the new Minnie Mouse and Mickie Mouse Easter plush from the Disney Store. These are so adorable and soft. They’ve both been given a fun makeover for Easter, wearing pretty pastel Easter suits complete with bunny ears! They are sooooo soft and my kids love them.

    Take a look at the full Easter range over at the Disney Store and let me know what you would love to surprise your kids with this Easter!

    Disclosure – we were sent the selection of Easter products for the purpose of this post.

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