Easter decoration and Easter Egg Hunt Trails Ideas
Easter is almost here so to get into the spirit of it, we’ve been doing a lot of bunny crafts and decorations. Here are some ideas of things to do that we’ve enjoyed doing and some ideas of what to do for Easter weekend!
1. Bunny Footprint Art
We love footprint art in our family - it’s such a simple activity to do but I love keeping them and seeing the kids footprints grow through the years. I’m amazed at how small some footprints are!
We made a cute Easter bunny footprint here, which just took us about 10 minutes!
You will need:
- Colour paper
- Pom Pom
- Googly Eyes
- Marker Pen
Here's a video on how to make them on our TikTok channel:
2. Easter Egg Colouring Pages
There are a lot of cute free resources for colouring in Easter Eggs. They are a great activity to do with little ones and when you’re done with them, you can hang them up as Easter decoration at home.
Here’s a website I found that I liked:
3. Easter Egg Hunt Trails at National Trust locations
With lockdown rules hopefully relaxing a little by Easter time, there are quite a few outdoor places running Easter Egg Hunts.
National Trust properties are running Easter Egg Hunt Trails - just head to their website to see where they are running one close to you. You get an activity pack to follow the trail and you get a delicious chocolate reward once you've finished!
We have booked with Hampton Court Palace for Easter Sunday - very excited to do something different for a change. We will be wearing our Easter Bunny outfits (weather permitting!)
You can book here - National Trust Easter
4. Easter Egg Hunts at home!
Perfect to keep your little ones excited, entertained and focussed on finding some chocolate treats; we’ve found a fab list of Easter Egg Hunt Clues all ready to go and written for you here!
With clues for both the younger and older children, this blog takes all the headache out of trying to think up your own clues, plus – you can even choose whether you want to do an indoor or an outdoor hunt!
Just pick the clues you like the best, write them on some post-it notes or old scraps of paper, hide them around the different places, and let the Easter magic unfold!
If you want to, you could also implement some fun ‘rules’ during the hunt, like ‘no walking, just hopping’, or ‘bunny ears must be worn at all times’, and don’t worry about having anything fancy to collect eggs in – an old garden bucket or ice-cream tub works just as well!
Wishing you a wonderful Easter!
Lots of love,