Are you trying to cut back on the chocolate this Easter? Here are some cute options that focus on snuggly Autumn snoozing and one very cute bunny.
Easter doesn’t have to only be celebrated with the gift of chocolate. Growing up, it was always a tradition in my family to receive a set of fresh new ‘jim-jams’ for Easter from Nan – perfect time of year for a new set as April marks the cool change in weather.
I’m sure I would have had asked Nan for Miffy Pyjamas if they were available then. But at least kids today can enjoy them, (and us adults too!), with the latest Miffy collection available now at by Big W, Target, Peter Alexander and Cotton On.
The release of the new Miffy range is quite timely given the recent sad loss of Dutch Miffy creator Dick Bruna, who first brought this well-known and adored character to life in 1955. So we’re dedicating this Easter to our fave bunny pal Miffy.
Lots of Aussie brands have also hopped on board in celebration, releasing new Miffy ranges from books, accessories to bedding, lighting and homewares.
Cotton On has released a selection of monochrome products including baby and girls’ sleepwear, bedding, homewares and stationery. At Myer you will find a brand new range of preschool toys including plush items and figurines of your favourite Miffy characters. And your local bookshop is bound to stock all those cherished Miffy book titles.
Here is a sneak peek of what’s available:
Volume Up! Kids Headphones Cotton On / Baby Spot Romper Big W / Rainbow Light Up Miffy Lamp Cotton On / Girls Hooded Gown Cotton On / Sensory Miffy Toy Myer / Alicia LS Girls PJ Set Cotton On / Miffy Books Dymocks / Carry Me Sketch Book Cotton On / Swing Tee & Legging Set Big W / ‘Snuffy’ Plush Toy ABC Shop / Miffy Head Pillow Cotton On
If your kids enjoy watching the ABC TV series Miffy’s Adventures: Big & Small, then they’ll love the new Miffy iOS App, Miffy’s World. We must admit, we can’t stop playing it ourselves as it’s reminiscent of the 80s and 90s PC ‘point ‘n’ click’ adventure game. In Miffy’s World kids can be Miffy as she explores her house, bake cakes with her mother, choose her wardrobe, plants and harvests veggies in the garden and much more. Don’t be surprised if you catch yourself secretly playing this yourself when your child’s not watching.
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Words + Still-Life Styling: Jenna Templeton