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  1. Holly

    How awesome this is. My 2 year old would absolutely adore something like this. She is also obsessed with those surprise eggs, so I need to grab lots of little toys to fill them. I have a lot of nieces & nephews who would enjoy similar so this would give me the chance to spoil them all with Easter gifts (and a little chocolate).
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  2. Kate Lloyd

    Love this. I would get some of those adorable metal buckets in various colours. They can be used for almost anything and for any age.
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  3. What a cool sensory play idea!

    If we had $100 to spend at the reject shop we'd stock up on crafty items – there is nothing better than spending the holidays using all kinds of new and cool crafty things!!
    Oh we'd have to get some more of those tiny erasers too.. they are fab for loose parts play and maths learning!
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  4. I would buy a variety of craft goodies from the Reject Shop to make crafty treats with my toddler!

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  5. I would get chocolate, chocolate, chocolate and as many of those adorable little chicks as I could fit in my basket!! 🙂

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  6. What a lovely sensory bin! My kids would definitely adore this too – don’t know what it is about those fluffy chicks but they really love them! I think if I had that much money to spend at the Reject Shop I’d choose some of their lovely gardening supplies. For the kids in our family I’d put together a little pot with seeds, potting mix, a little Easter character or one of those bouncy garden decorations on a stick and something to decorate the pots with like paint and sparkly stickers.

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  7. We don't celebrate Easter but I love the Reject Shop for crafty stuff in general, it usually has whatever I'm looking for and more! To answer the giveaway question though, I could always do with some more chocolate hehe 😉
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  8. This is amazing! I want to play!!! That rice is amazing – I hadn't seen you make it earlier in the week so thought it was a mat of fake grass! I think we'll have to copy this one Danya – my girls would love it and we haven't played with rice in quite a long time!
    I would LOVE $100 to spend at The Reject Shop! It's one of my favourites when I head into town because I can always find some great bargains to add to our crafts, garden supplies, you name it actually – I could go nuts in there! hehe! Fingers crossed!
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  9. Debs

    We get heaps of our supplies from the Reject Shop. There are some things that you really don't need to spend extra money on!

    Rather than chocolate at Easter, I'd love to get some of the gorgeous decorative garden tinware they have and gift them with a potted plant inside and some of the little chicks for decoration. (To "Easter" it up a little, haha)

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  10. Wow! So many awesome Easter inspired goodies. We try to minimise chocolates at Easter, so I would definitely raid the craft aisles of the Reject Shop and using some of those gorgeous metal buckets create some Easter Craft gift baskets. So many possibilities 🙂
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  11. For our family, it's really all about the chocolate. I've got two daughters a husband and a father living in this house so they hoover through the Easter goodies like nobodies business! In fairness though, I'd probably also take a little money out to buy a small walking harness for the ferrets (The reject shop has everything, seriously!) My older boy is too lazy to walk, but my active girl could do with the stimulation so that'd be her Easter gift.
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  12. Lisa

    What a great idea! I'm going to set something like this up for my Miss 2! Master 5 months can look on and drool with jealousy 🙂

    Easter is all about new beginnings, so I'd get some things to show this off – fuzzy little chickens, eggs (love those hollow ones to fill yourself!), some pens and paper for creative play, stickers for helping express things visually when they don't have the words, pipe cleaners and pom poms to help with dexterity, and google eyes just because they're fun. Then I'd add in a couple of treats – some sneaky chocolate, and maybe something with feathers and sparkles!

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  13. Janice

    The Reject Shop has absolutely everything for play ideas and crafty activities. You can lose hours just walking up and down the isles, lol. 🙂 Your sensory Easter Bin looks like so much fun and I love the addition of the mirror, my girls would absolutely love this!

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  14. newintstudents

    I would purchase lots of big easter eggs for my chocolate loving readers.

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  15. Emma Edwards

    Oh how I wish I lived closer 🙂 Looks an amazing shop!

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  16. modernmedusa

    I was planning on creating some healthy vegan bliss balls for my family this Easter. I think placing them inside the plastic eggs would be a nice touch and add an essence of surprise to the gift. The Reject Shop always has such a wonderful selections of glass jars which I would purchase for the adults gifts.

    For my cousins' kids, I would set up an egg hunt with the speckled egg decorations and the plastic eggs (some filled with bliss balls, others with the cute little chicks) scattered around the garden. Easter doesn't need to be expensive, but with The Reject Shop it can still sure be fun.
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  17. modernmedusa

    I was planning on creating some healthy vegan bliss balls for my family this Easter. I think placing them inside the plastic eggs would be a nice touch and add an essence of surprise to the gift. The Reject Shop always has such a wonderful selections of glass jars which I would purchase for the adults gifts.

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  18. Sarah

    I would obviously have to get a little bit of chocolate because I don’t think I’d be forgiven otherwise but we get pretty much all our craft stuff from reject shop so lots more crafting goodies (love the bonnet kits we bought last week). Also the little plastic eggs for the Easter hunt and some of those lovely planters to make a herb garden.

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  19. Those mini icecream scoops look like they might just jump into my trolley while hubby isn’t looking!!

    With a $100 The Reject Shop voucher to buy Easter gifts for loved ones I would purchase some of the gorgeous Easter tins, some plastic eggs, little chicks, and a little chocolate. My two cherubs would adore using their imagination to come up with some pretty amazing combinations. This mummy will probably be right in there too. As for the chicks, they will be carried around for the next 12 months by Miss2 along with her other “precious” things. Love it!!

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  20. Teneille

    This looks like so much fun. I would love to be able to make a similar sensory bin for my son, he would love it

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  21. Kathryn C

    Wow! What an awesome idea to keep the kiddies entertained. I love it! If I was lucky enough to be a voucher I would stock up on all those beautiful Easter decorations and toys. And maybe a chocolate or 2 🙂

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  22. Lillian M

    I would buy some Easter goodies for my friends and family, and some craft goodies for my little munchkins to great crafty over the Easter holidays!

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  23. carolyn k

    I really love this! You’ve inspired me to have a go at making my own surprise sensory bin for my 3 year old to celebrate Easter Sunday. I would definitely spend a reject shop gift card on that! I especially love the hidden erasers inside the eggs. Such an awesome touch!!

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  24. Charmaine Campbell

    Easter eggs, crafts, some toys and maybe a canvas or two to keep the kids busy in the school holidays making cards and Easter gifts for the whole family. Would also help beat any school holiday boredom.

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  25. Helen

    I love this idea, so many great learning opportunities in it and so easy to add onto or change as the season changes.
    I love the Reject Shop for collecting my craft supplies, so this would be great for purchasing lots of Non Chocolate activities and treasures for keeping everyone entertained over Easter and the school holidays.

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  26. cleo sids

    Soft bunny toys, chocolates , baskets and eggs, decorative gifts to share and enjoy , making them from the great range on offer , even an Easter card with some decorated Easter stickers to brighten up and lift spirits.

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  27. Summer Hinaki-McDade

    I purchase easter bunting, decor and easter dinnerware and treats and invite them round for an Easter Sunday brunch.

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  28. michelle wang

    definitely as many easter eggs i can as well as easter baskets so the kids can go easter egg hunting and have the time of their lives

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  29. Gemma Westacott

    What a fabulous idea! My daughter would love it but my son is so excitable he'd likely destroy it on her in his eagerness!
    I'd love to use some of your ideas for an Easter egg hunt, using the plastic eggs with a variety of the fluffy chick, erasers, stickers and mini chocolate eggs inside. I'd also love to have clues that led them to a grand surprise of lots of crafty items, so they could get creative with Easter bonnets, baskets etc.
    A great way to have some Easter fun, while using their immaginations and creativity, without too much sugar.

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  30. sapna

    I would love to buy Bouncy Spring Headbands for my son's school friends and all of his cousins along with Paper Cut Out Figures 8pk to make Easter fun for everyone.

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  31. Now this is one awesome easter idea and its a great alternative to the chocolates love it

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  32. Corrie

    E-Egg-citing canvas for egg paintings,
    A-A whole lot of egg-cellent surprise empty eggs for an egg hunt,
    S-Sensory egg chicks
    T-Terrific craft paper for drawings
    E-Easter eggs of course!
    R-Rocking Reject Shop Savvy bargains to fill our days with joy!

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  33. One word – chocolate!

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  34. Chau

    I would use the voucher to bring old school Easter back, planting some carrots in the garden. painting eggs and bringing the friends over for a Easter hunt.

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  35. Debbie Dye

    I love this idea, especially for my son who is vety tactile. Anything that inspires kids’ imaginations and keeps them busy gets a thumbs up from me!

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  36. Beck

    Wow! Great ideas! I would use a gift card from The Reject Shop to buy lots of crafty items for my kids and my nieces and nephews… I often bring a craft to family get togethers, and love watching the kids all play and get creative together. Their ages range from 10 down to just a few months old.

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  37. Lam

    Wow, I am in love with your creativity. Wishing everyone a happy Easter!
    With a $100 voucher, I would like to purchase those cute baskets. My kids will be so excited when they can collect their Easter eggs on Easter in this very sweet fluffy basket that’s been personalised with their name! Also, what a better way to get your kids in the swing of it than with some fun Easter craft? Would love to grab some materials from the Reject Shop such as bunny masks, Easter egg placements, bunny ears and hand-print Easter cards to get my kids creativity blossoming. My family enjoy seeing the kids put their imagination into good use so a $100 Reject Shop voucher would come in handy and make our Easter unforgettable!

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