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13 Pleasing Gifts To Give Your Coworkers This Easter

Charm and conquer the people at the office this Easter.

Ah, coworkers. Might love them, might hate them, might feel oscillating in-between those two emotions sometimes, or might not even notice them most of the time! But they are there and you got to coexist with them. So, why not make your relationship with them as harmonious as possible this Easter? Check out this gift ideas to make sure you got them wrapped around your finger for the rest of the year.

#1 Electric Love Sprinkle Mix

Sprinkle Pop's gourmet baking decorations for Easter are an affordable gift for co-workers starting at $8 each. They add whimsy and a hint of spring to cakes, cupcakes, cookies and other baked sweets. Available in multiple original designs you won't find anywhere else - from tiny bunnies to gorgeous pastel hues - Sprinkle Pop is a thoughtful gift for anyone who enjoys baking.

Contributor: Liz Butts from Sprinkle Pop

#2 Rose Quartz Facial Roller

What's better than giving somebody you care about something that allows them to care better for themselves? 

  • Rose Quartz Facial Rollers help to relax, and distress, improve skin elasticity, while also providing an opportunity for an intimate massage experience between partners. 
  • Rose Quartz *is* the gemstone most commonly associated with love and relationships and is said to open up the heart to unconditional love, whether that's for self-love, love between friends, or more. 
  • Facial rollers and self-care have been one of the hottest topics of 2018, but it's not too late to bag yourself a jade roller, and find out what all the fuss is about. 
  • At just under $30 you won’t break the bank. 

Contributor: Edward Hutchins from Jade88 

#3 Poh Bakes 100 Greats by Poh Ling Yeow

Poh Bakes 100 Greats shares Poh Ling Yeow's must-have recipes that have been tried and perfected over her years of baking experience, both as a TV personality and the owner of her café and bakery Jamface.'Sweet Pies and Tantalising Tarts' contain scrumptious recipes for blueberry bakewell tart; 'Oldies but Goodies' has mouth-watering pecan cinnamon scrolls; and 'Thrills and Frills' has exactly what it says on the tin, from Poh's Magic Rainbow Piñata Birthday Cake to her lemon meringue cloud cake. 

Finally, you can branch out with Poh's Black Forest crepe cake in her chapter on 'Adventure Bakes'; get the perfect bake every time with the recipe for silken pear cake; and read-up on your 'Must-Knows' from ganaches and yogurt mascarpone cream to rum custard and lemon curd.

Contributor: Poh Ling Yeow from Murdoch Books

#4 Grit and Grace by Quotabelle

Grit & Grace is here to inspire young girls and women to pursue their dreams with fearlessness and determination by featuring classic and modern female leaders like Jessica Alba, Courtney Banghart, and Tiffany Dufu. The perfect gift for sisters, daughters, nieces, friends, new graduates, and any other free-thinking young woman in your life, Grit & Grace uses the strengths and successes of today's women to drive a generation of future leaders to make their talents count. 

Contributor: Quotabelle from Rock Point Publishing

#9 On This Date In Music by Michael Walter

On This Date In Music is a book with a daily story about a significant event that happened in the world of music on each date. Stories range from Edison patenting the phonograph in the late 1800’s to Pharrell Williams’ incredible ten week run at #1 in 2014 with his uplifting song “Happy.” Each story is told in approximately 800 words aimed at being concise and interesting. This is the perfect compendium for any music lover and can be used as a reference book or for a daily dose of compelling tales of tunes we all love and bands we all follow. 

Contributor: Mike Walter from On This Date In Music

#12 The Airhook Air Travel Cup and Electronics Device Holder

The Airhook is a two-in-one solution for airplane travel comfort: a stable drink holder and a secure mount for an electronics device (cell phones to tablets 8.5 inches tall when horizontal) that attaches to the tray table in its locked position. Designed to elevate the level of convenience by allowing for maximum legroom, The Airhook uses the tray table in its vertical and locked position as an anchor, rather than horizontally across your lap as a platform. Passengers no longer need to sacrifice space with the folding down trays!

Contributor: Craig Rabin from TheAirhook

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Written by Ben Skute