Zero Waste Easter – Plastic Free Living

Zero Waste Easter Chocolate mini eggs

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Easter isn’t an event that we particularly celebrate, however, I do still like to get the kiddies some treats as all of their friends get them.

 

This year I wanted to see if we could have a zero waste and plastic free Easter.

 

Plastic Free Easter Eggs 

 

When I was younger I remember that my Mother had these really cute metal Easter eggs that she used to use for decoration. I had a quick Google to see if I could find any online but didn’t have any success. Then last week I was at our local garden centre and there they were in a display in the entrance!

 

I bought them with the intention of finding some plastic free sweets and chocolates to fill them with. I plan to reuse them every year from now on a bit like the reusable advert calendars that we now use for Christmas.

 

Zero waste Easter egg

 

Plastic Free Chocolates & Sweets 

 

Our town has a retro style sweet shop so I went there armed with my reusable bags to see if I could get some treats to fill the eggs.

 

When I went in I asked the man behind the till if he would mind me using my own bags rather than the little paper ones they provide. He looked at me pretty strange but he did agree, which was great!

 

I managed to get mini eggs, chocolate mice, chocolate covered raisins and some other chocolate treats all plastic free.

 

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I was so happy with my find! The other half and I have decided to take the kiddies back to the retro sweet shop more regularly now when we want to get them a treat. I just love the fact that we are not only supporting a local business but also reducing our waste even further.

 

Zero Waste Easter Treats

 

The sweets look great inside the metal eggs. I made some little labels for each egg and used some leftover ribbon that we had so the kiddies know which one is their egg.

 

zero waste Easter egg

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Zero Waste Easter Box

 

If you can’t find any metal eggs to fill then you could always use an old egg box and decorate it. Combining the two would be even better.

 

Zero Waste Easter ideas

 

I’m so happy with our eggs and can’t wait to see the kids faces when they open them.

 

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About Gina Caro

Gina is a content creator and award-winning blogger. Her aim is to help you live a more sustainable & simple life.  Her blog covers zero waste, minimalism, wellbeing & thrift. She currently lives in Cornwall with her partner, two kids and Charles the dog. 

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5 thoughts on “Zero Waste Easter – Plastic Free Living”

  1. These are absolutely adorable and proof that you can give Easter goodies without the excessive amounts of packaging so many eggs come in. I always do a little Easter Egg Hunt for any children in the gite over Easter and this yer found some totally plastic free eggs – 6 chocolate eggs filled with mini smartie like sweets, wrapped in foil and packed in an egg box. The children loved them!

    Thank you for once again joining in with #GoingGreen and apologies I took for ever to come and read your posts. Easter seems such a long time ago now although my boys are only now on the Easter/Spring holidays – don’t ask why!! The next linky opens tomorrow (May 7th) so I hope you will join in again 🙂

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