My daughters Courtney and Kelsie are 23 and 22 years old and long past Easter egg hunts, but this first idea was very popular in our family. We always had a very large Easter Egg Hunts with at least 15 nieces and nephews from both sides of the family. The eggs were always filled with dollar bills (that my mom and dad supplied) and candy. To keep it fair and square, I color coded the eggs to match each child's Easter bucket so that they only looked for their colored egg. I used all the colors of the rainbow and then used polka dot, stripes, sports themed egg etc.
Click HERE to see how to make your color coded Easter Egg Hunt.
The little girl who had purple could only pick up purple eggs!!
No stress or tears from the little ones who couldn't keep up with the bigger kids.
This poor bunny is a perfect example...drab.
To fab!! Looks like a big chocolate bunny!!! Click HERE to see all the details.
You can click HERE and HERE for more posts on painting plastic Easter eggs.
Eggs are great to hold money treats for older kids and candy too.
One giant egg is great for decorating.
This little Easter basket was made from a place mat. You can also use it for a little girl's Easter purse.
You can click HERE to see how.
I just shared this Easter gift wrap idea this week, but I wanted to add it to this list. Click HERE to see it if you missed it.
The egg, in a little nest, holds Easter money!!
I hope you like all these Easter ideas and can share them with your family too!!
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