Friday, 15 March 2013

Asda Easter Review


Asda are getting ready for Easter 2013 and sent me a taste of what they are offering, from bakery goodies, chocolates and crafts they seem to have the season sorted out and for great prices too.




Leading up to the holiday there are some lovely crafty products on sale. Starting at a £1  including the ones I have picked to show you. it really does not have to break the bank. 




There are stickers, ribbon, even the bonnet to decorate and the children can make cards with Easter themes. 



Now I love a good hot cross bun and was sent some to try, but a little different are these  raspberry and white chocolate buns, really tasty and if you have somebody in the house who is not keen on raisins and sultanas these make a great treat for them.

Notice the plate mine are served on, Asda are selling them for £1 for 12 and these are great for Sunday teatime.



Finally for a real aww from the little ones (erm  that would be me) Charlie The Chick cake, a light vanilla sponge sandwiched with two layers of strawberry jam and covered in yellow and orange icing. 

He is priced £10 and I want one!!

http://www.asda.com/easter/


Have a cracking Easter with Asda
These cute bunny ears are the perfect egg-ccessory for any little egg hunters.
Bunny Ears, £1.00
Eggs do grow on trees with this fabulous pre-decorated tree ornament.
Pre-decorated tree, £5.00
A set of these chick-shaped plates will make a great addition to any Easter buffet.
Easter Chick Plate, £5.00
Give your little ones a cracking surprise during their egg hunt by filling these gorgeous bright eggs with mini chocolate treats. Bright Eggs, £1.00

Show your love for the festive season with these gorgeous fabric letters.

Easter Ornament, £2.00
Put all of your eggs in one basket with this chick-shaped carrier for Easter treats.

Egg Hunt Basket, £2.00
Turn an average egg hunt into an eggs- citing adventure with this Easter egg hunt kit.

Easter Egg Hunt Kit, £2.00 

Celebrate in Egg-celent style this Easter

Get crazy and create some cracking Easter cards for family and friends with this make your own kit.

Make your own Easter card set, £3.00

Get your kids active with the Make Your Own Easter Basket. It’s quick, fun and will keep your lttle ones treasure hun=ng all day.

Make Your Own Easter Basket, £1.00
Get creative this Easter and make some egg-cellent decorations for your home with this crazy pack. Easter Cra7 Pack, £1.00
Once the egg hunt is over and the chocolate’s gone, let the Easter fun continue with this colour-in puzzle Colour-in Easter Puzzle, £1.00

Decorate the house with this adorable Easter buntng to get everyone in the spirit this Spring.

Make your Own Easter Buntng, £1.00 


 Disclosure I was given  free products. I was under no obligation to receive the samples or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

13 comments:

  1. Easter plates are a nice touch, might get some of those!

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  2. I love Asda and they always have some great offers on with Easter eggs and other stuff. I love their hot cross buns too, too tasty i always eat too many

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  3. Thanks for this- going to pop into ASDA later. Need to make a few purchases for the annual Easter Egg hunt at school, so I've just made my list!

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  4. How cute is charlie the chic!

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  5. asda is great and they have great offers on eggs!

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  6. I'm a regular shopper at Asda, always go there for Easter bits because they are so reasonable

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  7. i shpo at asda but didnt realise they sold different flavours of hot cross bun
    i enjoyed your review and never thought of doing easter like christmas with special plates ect something to think about x

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  8. i'll be buying myself a Charlie chick cake !! sooooo cute - what a lovely different centre piece to the Easter table xxx

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  9. I think Asda have some great ideas and are very good on pricing...

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  10. aww I love the chick cake, hoping to get to Asda before Easter but the nearest store to me is 55 minutes drive away.

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  11. I like Asdas range and affordable too

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  12. The chick cake is SO cute! ASDA is too far for me but thanks for the review.

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