Spring has sprung - Easter is just around the corner - the kids are on holidays and everyone has a smile on their face.
All you need now is to fill your Easter weekend with lots of fun and loads of CHOCOLATE, and there is no better way to do this than on a good old Easter Egg Hunt.
Whether you want to do your own hunt at home or venture out on an Easter trail mission - there is something for everyone.
For you home hunters….
- Make your own Egg Hunt signs to help guide the kids along the way
- The best retailers for Easter merchandise are Tiger, PaperChase, Party Delights (online) or your local supermarket can all help in making your Easter Egg hunt extra special….
- Click HERE for some fab printable hunting clues (will save you so much time)
Why not draw some chalk bunny paw prints on your trail to add to the excitement (see below)
If you don’t fancy doing your own DIY hunt then there are so many others out there to chose from.
Cadbuys are by far the favourite of egg hunts with over 300 venues hosting their annual hunts. Also cost affective at £1.50-£3.00 entry with a delicious egg at the end. Usually hosted at National Parks so you will always be in for a great day if the weather is nice. Click HERE to find your nearest one.
A Royal Egg Hunt ‘The Palace Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt’ – Hampton Court Palace. We are not just talking any chocolate egg – you have to find the cute gold bunny - you will also learn about the history of chocolate on the way around. Click HERE for more details.
Where is Peter Rabbit Egg trail for the real bunny lovers. Following an interactive map, will you be lucky enough to find one of the beautiful ceramic eggs up for grabs. Click HERE
Will you be searching for bunnies hidden in the garden or becoming a top egg detective on one of the many Easter hunts out there - whatever you chose, we hope you have an amazing Easter and makesure you eat LOADS of Chocolate.
Lots of Love
The Studioplay Easter Bunnies