Easter is NOT just around the corner, so don’t panic. But it IS on the horizon and it’s good to be prepared – especially because some of these items only ship to a US address (call in the services of ShopMate to get them forwarded on to Australia!)
Get your bunny on
Pottery Barn Kids, purveyors of gorgeous and very covetable things for wee ones, have just popped all new bits and bots from Beatrix Potter™ into their shops and online. They are gorgeous, loaded with bunnies and make the perfect non-chocolate Easter gift for littlies.
Mr McGregor’s garden, naughty Peter Rabbit, his mother and siblings all feature on these cute pieces.
There’s heaps of toddler-friendly melamine – how cute is the My First Easter set?! – and also some cute ceramic pieces and a beautiful tablecloth, if you wanted to go a little fancier and have something to add to your seasonal family heirloom collection.
Pricing is super reasonable and the cute factor is off the charts. Scroll through to see some of our favourite pieces from this range.
There are even more bunny things over at Pottery Barn Kids!
Beatrix Potter™ Melamine Feeding Set (above) – $39
Beatrix Potter™ Tumbler (below) – $7
Beatrix Potter™ Gingham Melamine Plates (above) – $9
Beatrix Potter™ Cork Placemat (below) – $12.50
Beatrix Potter™ Melamine Easter Bowl (above) – $8
Beatrix Potter™ Tablecloth (below) – $89
Beatrix Potter™ Gingham Egg Chairbacker (above) – $19.50
Beatrix Potter™ Aqua Rabbit Easter Basket Liners (below) – from $16.50
Beatrix Potter™ Ceramic Plate Set (below) – $59.50
I’ve got a couple of sets of the ceramic plates and the tablecloth on my Easter shopping list as of right this minute! How about you?!
Lots more toys your family – and kids – will love:
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- Amazing toy unicorn poops Play-Doh ice-cream sundaes and whut?
- Baby Shark Fingerlings are coming to “Doo Doo Doo” at you all day long
- Your fave baby needs this false teeth toy because what could be funnier?
- Easy rider: The best bikes and trikes for little kids
- Why not build yourself a life-sized cat out of teeny plastic bricks?