10 for $10: Spring’s The Thing Edition

These posts still seem to be wildly popular, and so here we are with yet another edition. This time I’m highlighting gifts tied into the Spring season – whether it be in relation to the colour palette, the upcoming St. Patrick’s or Easter holidays, or simply things that remind me of Spring. With that, enjoy!

Decorate Your Own Rubber Duck

Decorate-Your-Own Rubber Duck – $9.95 @ Indigo
Spring is the season for baby chicks and waddling ducklings – celebrate with this way cute DIY set to create your very own bathtime companion. A perfect kid’s activity for a drizzly March day.

Moleskine Postal Notebooks

Moleskine Postal Notebooks – $8 to $10 @ Magic Pony
Send a loved one a message after your long winter’s hibernation with these nifty mail-friendly notebooks from Moleskine. The outside functions like a postcard, the inside has 8 pages for you to write on. Send it back and forth, write them a love letter, or simply send it along for them to fill with inspiration. Love the pretty springtime pastels.

Carrot Loofah

Carrot Loofah – $5.95 @ Spoon Sisters
The Easter Bunny would be proud to see this super natural scrubber perched by your sink. Use it to kick grime to the curb on your dishes or to rinse away grit from your fruits & veggies.

Women's Embellished Print Flip Flops

Women’s Embellished Print Flip Flops – $9.94 @ Old Navy
I know you’re dying to tuck those winter boots into storage and let your feet run free – get geared up for the season with these patterned flip flops from Old Navy featuring a sweet dragonfly (or butterfly) print and sparkly gems.

Easter Grass Kit

Easter Grass Kit – $8.95 @ Bumblebee Toys
Forget that wasteful cellophane grass that typically lines your Easter baskets – this all-natural alternative sprouts in just 24 hours and grows rapidly, ensuring your little ones will have plenty of lining for their baskets well before the bunny arrives.

Flower Power Healing Bath Salts

Flower Power Healing Bath Salts – $8.50 for a 5 0z pouch (bottle pictured) @ Angel Face Botanicals
Literally bathe in flowers like the royals did once upon a time with this soothing, aromatherapy-laden bath salt mixture. Soothe sore muscles and minds and emerge feeling refreshed from top to toe.

Mini Buddha Board

Mini Buddha Boards – $10 each @ Lavish & Lime
This isn’t the first time I’ve talked about Buddha Boards, but the spring-coloured minis are just too cute to resist. Paint with water and unwind whether recuperating from a busy day, waiting for the water to boil, or taking a few restful moments during work hours.

Lucky Irish Straws

St. Patty’s Day Crazy Straw Set – $4 @ Urban Outfitters
UO is a pretty reliable source for St. Patrick’s Day gear at a variety of price points – including these super fun straws for you and a friend to sip girly green cocktails and emerald-hued beer alike.

Mickey Mouse Egg Ring

Mickey Mouse Egg Ring – $4.95 @ The Disney Store
If you are a spring chicken, you’ll be in egg production overtime right about now. Have fun with your eggs when you use a cute egg ring like this Mickey-shaped one. Bonus: it can also double as a mini-pancake pan.

Kikkerland Toothbrush Holder

Toothbrush Holders – $3.99 each @ Lost Marbles
Keep your pearly whites fresh and ready for a springtime kiss with these super cute toothbrush holders that’ll have you channeling the birds and the bees in no time.

Want a bonus entry into this month’s Ezensa giveaway? Just tell me in the comments below what your favourite 10 for $10 gift idea is this month!

19 Responses to “10 for $10: Spring’s The Thing Edition”
  1. Joan G says:

    I know my grandkids would love the Mickey Mouse Egg Ring.

  2. My nephews and nieces would love the ducks to paint. Me, I would a case of the Flower Power Healing Bath Salts…. wait , maybe 2 🙂

  3. diane p says:

    Love the toothbrush holders.

  4. Juliee Fitze says:

    I really like the flip flops.

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    I love love love the Mickey Mouse Egg Ring! So cute — I’d make pancakes in it too!

  6. leah says:

    Great ideas as usual! I can’t believe you can get an “uber cool” Moleskin notebook for $8 – 10.That’s my pick!

  7. Alison Braidwood says:

    I love the moleskin notebooks. The colours are divine.

  8. I am torn… Love the Flower Power bath salts, and I am not even a bath person! But also will order the Mickey egg ring, which is so cute for those with kids, and the toothbrush holders. I had o idea these existed, so thank you!

  9. Erin says:

    I love the crazy straws!

  10. linnett says:

    like the moleskine postal notebooks, thanks

  11. Suzie M says:

    I love the little duck that you can paint

  12. Debbie Petch says:

    I really like Flower Power Bath Salts.

  13. Susan says:

    My favourite gift this month is the mini Buddha boards.

  14. Donnas says:

    My favourite 10 for $10 is the Flower Power Healing Bath Salts.

  15. kolagirl says:

    Ezensa bonus entry: Buddha Board!! Love that idea. Have to go out and get one, also need one of the paint your own ducky for my new Great Niece’s mom to paint for her baby girl!

  16. Annie Demill says:

    The bumble bee toothbrush holder would make me smile every morning so that is my favourite 🙂

  17. Alison K says:

    Ezensa bonus giveaway: my favourite 10 for $10 gift idea is this month is the “Toothbrush Holders – $3.99 each @ Lost Marbles”. A great item for traveling ‘cos it keeps your toothbrush close at hand.

  18. sarah p says:

    I would love to try the Flower power healing bath salts 🙂

Check out what others are saying...
  1. […] always widely accessible for today) so whatevs. I wrote an Emerald post, I mentioned it during my 10 for $10 – let’s call it a day. Or rather, a night, with this luminescent clock from Kikkerland. […]

Tell me what you think...

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: