Your 2019 Spring Gift Guide: 11 Must-Haves for Easter, Passover & More

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on April 10, 2019 in Gift Guide, Lifestyle, Fashion,

From Easter baskets to spring gift surprises, we’ve got great ideas for littles, bigs, tweens, teens… or even you. From snacks to sneakers, from family fun to family dinners… Hop to it!

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Get the healthiest, yummiest snacks for your kids’ Easter baskets with SuperSeed Well, an Austin-based company. Dark Chocolate Donuts, Maple Cinnamon Donuts, Wild Blueberry Donuts, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Snickerdoodles and Chocolate Brownie Bites made from gluten-free flour and seeds? Have your donut and eat it! $9-$11
Silk, a decade-old Austin-based company, provides slim, stylish and durable cases in many colors, whether you have a Samsung or Apple device. They’ll even let you customize with your own design. (We recommend a Texas Lifestyle Magazine case!) Design your own case with the Smartish Design Studio. Logos, pictures of dogs, bunnies, Easter outfits…you name it! From $11.99
Boys love clothes they can wear with anything. FLAN, the brand, features velour, cotton and fleece material. Embroidered details highlight your kid’s minimalistic style. From $30
Take your kiddos on a trip around the world without leaving your home thanks to eat2explore. This “explorer box” provides tools for families to cook together, learn, and dine on different cuisines and cultures from around the world. The great part is the boxes don’t include perishable products, so you can use the included ingredients and cook when you have time. eat2explore provides a shopping list to purchase proteins and vegetables of your choice at your local grocery store and includes hard-to-find spices and sauces. Kids love to learn, and each box comes with three easy-to-follow recipes, country brochure, activity sheet, country sticker, flag pin and a fun collectible. From $21
Cadence Candle Co: Light a vibe with scents inspired by the music you or your peeps love! Access pleasurable, relaxing playlists from genres of pop, R&B and hip-hop. Get smooth and cozy or get pumped. From $12
Aldo Kids Collection: This new playful assortment of sandals, sneakers, dress shoes and even rain boots is designed for all of life’s adventures—-big or small. For little and big kids alike, fashion meets function—-allowing kids to be kids. Sizes 11-6. Prices vary
Be everyone’s hero this spring with the Phlat Ball™ V3, a disc that turns into a ball! Squeeze down to set the time-delay mechanism and watch as it pops into a ball in midair. Headed to the beach or pool? Why not add the Zoom Ball Hydro? Wet and wild fun gets kids outdoors and active with this game for two, ages 8 and up. Prices vary
Addicted to SNS or acrylic manicures and now your nails are damaged? Dermelect nail restore kits includes new top and base coats that will moisturize, strengthen and protect nails from past and future damage caused by treatments like gel and dip powder manicures. $25
Vintage is the new black. This 1970s-inspired brand brought California to Austin this past March with their store on South Congress featuring an Aviator Nation by South by Southwest capsule collection. Cool designs fly your kids style to another altitude. We love this mountain rainbow tee because it screams cool! $58
The Coalatree Evolution Coffee Ground Hoodie is a lightweight item that can warm you, store your gear, and be your pillow on a long flight. Sustainability is the goal of this brand, which makes the hoodie from recycled coffee grounds and plastic bottles! $62
Disceez precision flying discs are the new thing to fling…in the spring. Or summer. Or, heck, anytime. Though soft discs are not new, this one is special. Compact and lightweight, with a unique soft rubber grip that makes them easier to catch, Disceez fly straighter and farther than other discs. Bonus: The collapsible core won’t damage household objects like traditional discs. Choose from 24 unique styles. From $5.99

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