3 Creative and Novel Easter Gift Ideas for the Zebra Lover in Your Life

The holidays come with an air of repose, as we take days off work to be with our families and feel the reason for the season light up around the world. This particular season comes at the first quarter of the year, and people have different feelings about it. Some feel happy and excited for the new opportunities that come with it. Others might feel sad or disappointed for what they didn’t accomplish so far. It is however a season of renewal. Easter has many different traditions depending on where you live and what religion you are. Some people celebrate it by going to church and fasting or giving up something for Lent. Others celebrate it with an egg hunt and decorating eggs with bright colors and patterns.

Gifting is a very old tradition that has been around for centuries. The idea of gifting is that you give something to someone with no expectation of anything in return. It can be a tangible object or an intangible one like your time, love, or attention. Nowadays, gifting has become more complicated because people want to gift the perfect thing and they want to make sure that the recipient will appreciate it. How then do you decide what it is? It is not an easy task to come up with the perfect gift for a loved one. You may need to think about the person’s preferences, budget, and taste. Many people are afraid of giving a wrong gift on special occasions, but a zebra hide gives you countless options to choose from!


The importance of gifting this Easter season is that you are able to show your loved ones that you care. You can do this by giving them a heartful offering they will cherish for a long time, and make them feel special. Here are 3 creative ways you could use zebra skin to create intimate innovative gifts for whoever that is that just popped into your head this second…


That’s right! Cut it up and frame it!

A frame is an object that surrounds the painting or the picture. Frames come in all shapes, and are typically made of wood, metal, or plastic. They are designed to protect the inside or line the surface of anything, be it windows and doors, or  pictures and photos. Some frames may have simple designs while others have decorative patterns on them. Zebra hide frames were popular in the early 1900s. They had a black background with white stripes, which are often seen as an indication of status because they were once reserved for royalty and nobility. You could preserve a piece in a glass frame and have it engraved 'Real Zebra Skin - Out of Africa.' - Just playing around with ideas here. With fun creative ideas!

Zebra themed frames are a hit, and a very aesthetic luxurious item to gift to the zebra lover in your life, or even to light a spark that will burn with immense love for zebra hide, in the person you are blessing. They provide a more natural look to the pictures while being lighter and more durable than other framing materials. The patterns boldly represent a mesmerizing view to the beholder.



An ottoman is a piece of furniture. Generally, ottomans have neither backs nor arms. They may be an upholstered low couch or a smaller cushioned seat used as a table, stool or footstool. The seat may have hinges and form a lid for the inside hollow, which can be used for storage of linen, magazines or other items, making it a form of storage furniture. The smaller version is usually placed near an armchair or sofa as part of living room decor or may be used as a fireside seat. It is characterized by its low height and long, slender legs, typically made from wood or metal, but it can also be made from other materials like stone or marble.


This furniture style became popular in Europe and North America during the 18th century because of the rise of Islamic architecture. The style was considered to be more modern than traditional European styles at the time because it was more comfortable for people to sit on couches without having their legs dangle below them. A zebra hide ottoman gift for your lover, or loved one comes as a functional 'forever' gift, that not only improves aesthetics and the style of rooms, it also serves as a functional storage item if you need it to be, and is definitely something no one is ever going to forget. What’s even better is, we have laid out ideas before on what to do with your old zebra hide! It really is a forever gift. No waste. 



Pillow covers are becoming a popular decorative item in homes. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors, and are made from different materials like cotton, linen, wool or silk. They can be used to cover up old pillows or to make new ones look more appealing. Usually, they are made from natural materials like cotton or linen so that they can breathe and have a cooling effect on the skin when you sleep on them at night. Some people also use them for decorative purposes to add an extra layer of color and texture to their bedrooms. Zebra hide pillow covers are an excellent accessory idea for any home. No matter the size of your living room, you will need to have a few pillows to make it comfortable.


Zebra hide pillow covers are not only good for decoration, but they also provide a soft and comfortable cushion for your head. If you have pets, it is important that you get these covers because they will help protect your pillows from getting dirty or damaged. It is also important to note that these pillow covers are easy to clean and maintain. You can just vacuum them off or wash them with water and soap when needed. See how to take care of and maintain your zebra skin here.


This Easter, it is more important than ever to give a gift that will be remembered. What is the point of gifting if you can't make a lasting impression? We all want to be remembered and appreciated. We want to make sure that our loved ones know how much we care about them. That's why this Easter, it is more important than ever to give a gift that will be remembered, for it is about more than just materialistic items - it's about showing somebody how much they mean to you. 

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The world is waking up after a long winter. Easter is a time to celebrate life! 

- Trudi Strain Trueit, Easter