6 Thoughtful And Fun Last Minute Easter Gifts For Adults



Mar. 29 2024, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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Whether you’re among the churchgoers gearing up for the annual visit to the local mass, Easter Day Parade followers or the Easter bunny tired from hiding colorful eggs at the crack of dawn, Easter deserves your attention. Well, at least some gifts and fun! This year, I’ve seen trends of Easter baskets themed for adults from all over the web, with wine and chocolate, craft supplies, or gardening tools.

Personally, I’ve come to think of Easter baskets as “stockings” for Easter, as they’re fun to fill, even more fun to open on Easter morning. But I don’t have kids, so who would I give gifts to for this beautiful, spring holiday? My mother, my husband, my brother. All grown-ups.

This year, I’m especially eager to give out some goodies just for the fun of it. These are some of the best Easter basket gifts for adults I love:

Chocolate, Chocolate, And More Chocolate

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With a chocoholic in the family, my Easter gifts, of course, have to include some delightful, “special” chocolate that folks wouldn’t buy for themselves every day. For your own chocolate lovers, consider these delectable offerings you’ll find on Amazon for quick delivery and loads of sweet goodness for $10 to $20 each.

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For The Competition Lover: Board Games

There’s always a little bit of a letdown after every holiday, at least if you’re at all hardcore about them. So, giving a gift that keeps on giving is a great way to beat the post-holiday blues. In this case, I highly recommend interactive board games that bring you together with family and friends on the holiday and after for $17 to $40 each.

For The Film Geek: Outdoor Projector

As the season gets warmer, now that Easter is here, most of us are thinking of outdoor activities to breathe some life back into our winter-laden bodies. One of the things I’m most excited about this year is popping up a projector and doing some outdoor movies with the family. This little projector from WiMius is the perfect affordable ($100) solution and makes the perfect gift for the whole family, especially the grown-ups who can stay outside even later to watch a midnight movie.

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For The Artist: A 3D Printing Pen

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If you’ve got an artsy-craftsy sort on your gift list, you might want to consider this intriguing, fun little gift: a 3D printing pen from SCRIB3D. It comes with some material to get the artist started on creating new printed creations in 3D. It could lead to a long-term hobby, group projects or who knows what else, just for $37.

For The Wellness Lover: Cats Against Anxiety Self-Affirmation Cards

Cat lovers who may deal with some anxiety or negative self-talk could benefit from these adorable Cats Against Anxiety Cards. These $20, gently colored cards – with photos of cats of course! – offer a daily thought and word of affirmation to help folks combat stress, anxiety and poor self-talk. The encouraging messages come from licensed cognitive behavior therapists around the globe for a quick, easy boost on those mornings when they day just starts out poorly.

For The Green Thumbs: A Bonsai Starter Kit

A bonsai starter kit makes a great gift – as long as the recipient has the capacity for some patience. This one comes with starter pots, a growing guide, clippers, growing media, markers and seeds for four different bonsai plants. The beautiful gift is the perfect way to spend some time together learning an art form or as a solo project for the gardener on your gift list, for just $33.

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By: Rita Pike

Rita Juanita Pike is the granddaughter of Jerrie Mock, the first woman to pilot an airplane around the world. Rita has taken inspiration from her grandmother’s life and flight and pursued many of her own dreams in theater, podcasting, and novel writing. She now writes about travel, pets, faith, and the arts. She’s happily married to Matt, and faithfully serves a very fluffy kitten queen, Lady Stardust.

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