Are you ready for Easter? If you are one of those who like celebrating the Savior’s resurrection, I’m sure you are already planning of things to do. Dressing up and going to the church, hosting a little family and friends party afterwards, and thinking of foods to prepare. And of course, you can’t forget about your little bunny treats for the little ones. Make your party as festive as you can. It’s all about the details just like this chocolate bunny.
Easter egg hunts are such a fun way to celebrate Easter Sunday. It is so fun not just for kids but also adults. If you are looking forward to this day, and we know the kids are excited as well, but you just can’t find the time to prepare the eggs, there’s a quick way to decorate them. And we promise you can do it in no time.
Instructions at The Crafted Life.
Hey, Easter is coming. This means preparing cute and colorful eggs for children to find. Aside from painting those eggs, have you tried dyeing them? You can use a lot of natural agent to achieve your desired color. Here’s one easy way to achieve blue eggs for your Easter egg hunting.
Learn how at Wonderwood.
This egg hunting is indeed a fun activity for the kids. While preparing for it, ask them to help out with dyeing. They’d love it more and they’ll look forward to Easter. If you don’t have to dye them, these eggs would definitively save you some time. Stuff them with candies, hide them somewhere for children to find, and let the egg hunt begin.
There’s nothing like the old school way of playing. We love games that get you to move and think and go outside like hopscotch, tag, jump rope, etc. And there’s the walkie talkie cans. Forget the smartphones and tablets. These tin cans would sure hit and the kids would be amazed by how it works.
Learn how to make it at Woods of Bell Trees.
Used some old cans and look for a nice long string. It would be a fun activity for the kids who’ll be coming over this Easter.