Long gone are your days of Easter egg hunting. But who's to say that adults can't wake up to their own Easter baskets filled with goodies?
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From luxurious spa gifts to sophisticated spring candles, we've curated a basket that any mother, sister, grown-up daughter, or best friend would absolutely love.
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Birds of a feather flock together, right? And similarly, these diminutive sparrows come in pairs. Each duo -- made from 100% pure beeswax -- are offered in a range of scents including celadon, sage, coral, tangerine, bamboo, espresso, and more.
$21 per pair, greentreehomecandle.com
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Is someone in need of a spa day? With a few simple materials and a fragrance of your choice -- think something relaxing, like lavender or eucalyptus -- you can create your own one-of-a-kind spa treatment in a jar.
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Spring's Eden Matches
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Egg Tea Light Candles
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Catbird Bath Soak
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Leif Pure Soaking Salts
Suds up! Now add a spoonful of these soaking salts -- made with pure essential oils, a mixture of epsom and dead sea salts, and your choice of fragrance (from grapefruit, spruce, lavender, or sandalwood).
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Candle by Ben Fiess
It's not only a candle -- it's a work of art! Poured with a soy wax blend into a reusable ceramic vessel, this handcrafted candle is part of the limited edition collection by famous ceramicist Ben Fiess. You choose from one of three scents: santal, spruce, and fleur; but each one comes with Fiess' signature speckled pastel.
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Papier D'armenie Rose
With the strike of a match, these burning papers purify the air and fill it with a special light rose scent that was created by award-winning perfumer Francis Kurkdjian for Papier d'Arménie. Simply tear off a strip, fold it like an accordion, light it and blow out the flame so that it burns slowly without flame.
$7 per book (36 strips), catbirdnyc.com