Gift Guide: For Easter

Times may change, but traditions remain the same. Celebrate Easter with your loved ones, whether near or far, with gifts that give back. If you’re on the hunt for meaningful Easter gifts, look no further. Here are some of our favorite artisan-made goods for the holiday. 

Personalized Candle - Happy Easter | The Little Market

Say “Happy Easter” with a hand-poured, personalized candle to create a gift with extra impact. Choose from more than 30 fragrances, from florals to sweets.

Canvas Bunny Tote | The Little Market

Surprise little ones with our new Easter bunny canvas totes, available in two colors and featuring a playful dotted lining.

Easter Baskets | The Little Market

Build a basket filled with meaningful goodies. Our chocolate bars are made from cocoa that has been hand-harvested by small-scale farmworkers in Ghana and Madagascar. 

Hop Hop Hop Gift Box | The Little Market

Treat a little one to these hand-knit bunny stuffed animals that will be treasured for years to come! Handmade by artisan women in Peru, these bunnies will be a little one’s new favorite pals. 

Gift Bag - Some Bunny Loves You | The Little Market

Give your Easter baskets a refresh with this adorable gift bag, hand-sewn by artisans in Bangladesh. Or use it as a sustainable bag for all your Easter gifting! 

Spa Sets | The Little Market

Encourage the gift of relaxation this Easter. Treat your friends and family to our collection of spa goods, handmade by individuals in under-resourced communities in the United States. 

Market Baskets | The Little Market

Put all your eggs in this basket and curate unique gift sets by personality. 

If they love cooking, gift a set of olive oils, made by small-scale farmworkers in Palestine and a cookbook that gives back to underserved communities. 

If they love to accessorize, mix and match from our collection of jewelry, pouches, and charms. 

Or find a pre-made gift set filled with meaningful pieces from around the world. 

For more Easter gifts with impact, visit our website

If you’re celebrating, what are your favorite Easter traditions? Let us know in the comments below or on Instagram, @thelittlemarket

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