Four Easter Gift Deals We Love!

Easter is April 4th

By Laura Seidel, Publisher of Northland Kansas City Macaroni Kid March 18, 2021

Looking for the perfect Easter basket additions? Us too! We didn't have to look far! We found four great gift deals from CertifiKID, our Macaroni Kid partner! All of these ideas are sure to make this year's Easter celebrations special and memorable for your family, whether you're celebrating near or far.  

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Decor from Build a Head

Make this year's backyard Easter egg hunt one to remember with decor as unique as they are from Build a Head! Save on one-of-a-kind products like giant face cutouts, customized wrapping paper, and dessert toppers, or everything from personalized yard ornaments to gifts like personalized keychains.

"Head" on over to check out this great deal from our CertifiKID partner now!

Easter Adventure DIY Treat Kits

Hop on an EGG-xtraordinarily sweet Easter adventure with our friends from I'm The Chef Too! Their newest DIY kit lets kids bake and create their own edible egg cookie puzzles, make colorful marshmallow play dough out of a favorite Easter candy, and fold origami bunny bookmarks.

This is one EGG-sperience no bunny wants to miss! 

Handmade Wood Photo Blocks

We take so many great photos nowadays. Our phones and cameras are amazing machines that allow us to capture intimate moments on a scale like never before. But we all struggle with actually being able to appreciate or slow down long enough to enjoy them. Now is the perfect time to get those photos off of your phone and into your home with handmade wood photo blocks by Shiner Photo. These blocks are a gift your family will cherish for years to come.

CodaKid's Roblox Coding Bundle

Looking for an educational gift? Get one kids will be excited about with this coding bundle from CodaKid! Kids will learn to create incredible Roblox games using Roblox Studio and the Lua programming language. Or if you have a Minecraft fan, CodaKid's Minecraft Coding Bundle teaches kids how to create incredible Minecraft Mods using Eclipse IDE and the Java programming language.