Celebrating Good eggs

Its not everyday that I get contacted asking to work with a chocolate company (cue eyes popping out of my head). So when Betty’s got in touch I was instantly interested in talking about their Easter campaign celebrating ‘Good eggs’. This Easter Betty’s are selling some amazing products, delicately designed easter eggs/sets for grown ups, adorable easter gifts for children, some amazing hampers which feature some of their chutneys, tea room blends, keepsake tins or gift bags, delicious selection of cakes and so much more. Something that looks really appealing is the luxury hamper which is filled to the brim with goodies presented in a lovely willow picnic basket. Theres so much more to see across the website or maybe pop into your local tearoom to find out more. I’m so sad that theres not one near us but now i’ve heard of them, and tasted the fine quality of chocolate I am definitely going to be ordering some unique gifts in the future.
Easter is an extra special one this year, as its the same weekend that our littlest lady turns ONE. That weekend I will probably be an emotional mess but no doubt devouring lots of yummy chocolate to help the bittersweet feelings of her first year being done with. I have been sent some delicious looking chocolate goodies from Betty’s and it is safe to say that it all looks too pretty to eat, but needs must for chocolate lovers like myself. One thing we love to do over the Easter half term is to get creative, whether thats in the kitchen, playroom or garden and Betty’s have designed these beautiful Easter card printables for you to download for free and get colouring in then sending to your family, friends, the ‘good eggs’ in yourlife. My littles have decided they want to send one to their Great-Nanny Pat who lives in Devon, some for their teachers for the end of term, and we may even display one on the shelf over the Easter period. Things like this are fuss-free, the children enjoy to unleash their colouring skills as do I in all honesty! The girls really enjoyed doing the cards and loved the mini eggs!

So, check out the wonderful printables in time for Easter, who will you be sending yours to?

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  1. Oh my goodness these Easter eggs look so delicious! I love the photo of YM holding the plate of little chocolate treats. Will definitely download the Easter printables- what a fab idea. xx

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