Flowers, bunnies, Easter eggs: it’s that time of the year again. While the kids run around for the Easter egg hunt, there’s no need to feel left out. Here are a few items to include in your own “Adult” Easter basket. Keep it for yourself or share with friends!

Expensive ChocolateChunks of Chocolate bars.

Kids simply don’t appreciate the taste of a good chocolate. Traditional Hershey’s is tasty. We get that. However, Ghirardelli, Russell Stover, and Godiva are not for the quick eaters. These chocolates have a nice price tag attached and deserve to be savored. Go ahead and treat yourself.

 

CandlesBurning candle on Stand.

Everyone enjoys a good candle. Whether it’s for the bathroom, kitchen or living room, a good scent makes your space feel cozy. Lucky for you, Yankee Candle’s sale means you may even get a good deal. Fill your space with good scents and bring in the great vibes.

 

Pampering ItemsWoman relaxing in tub.

Since stuffed animals are probably not your speed, get something that you’ll be able to enjoy. A nice face mask, body scrub and bath bomb are necessities for a relaxing night in. With the stress of finals and allergy season approaching, there is no telling when you’ll have another opportunity. Soak away, my friend.

 

Magazines or BooksStack of magazines.

We know you’re busy. That’s even more reason to grab that magazine you always stare at in the check-out line or that book you’ve been hearing about for weeks. Now’s the time to splurge with your time and wallet. Find a nice quiet spot and read away.

 

BlanketsFolded blankets on side table.

A substitute for stuffed animals, blankets are sure to keep you nice and warm on breezy spring nights. One can never have too many blankets, so go ahead and add a few to your collection. One for the bedroom, one for the couch. Feel free to keep going.

 

A nice basket (or purse)Handbags on display.

With the flimsy baskets sold at most stores, there is no way you are going to get any future use out of them. Try reaching for a nice wicker basket or that purse you have been eyeing.

 

Text by Jazelyn Little