Published 6 April 2020
We might be in isolation but the good news is the Easter Bunny will still find us, and we can have tons of fun finding new ways to share our Easter goodness.
Get Egg-cellently creative!
Photo: Joey Creed's entry courtesty of MiRA Facebook page
MiRA Marysville is encouraging kids of all ages to get inventive this year when it comes to Easter egg decorating. They are running a Facebook page 'virtural' egg hunt where people can show off their Easter Egg creations. All you need to do is post a 'creating' photo and a 'finished' photo to their Facebook page and your entry will be showcased in their virtual exhibition. You can paint a real egg, or get busy with whatever medium you like - clay, paper, textile - let your imagination go little bit cracked!
Have the best egg hunt ever - at home
Yarra Valley Chocolaterie is making chocolate magic this year with 'at-home' chocolate egg hunting kits that will make any hunt special.
Their Easter Egg Hunt kit has lots of milk chocolate eggs and bunnies, paper carry bags and cups to collect your loot,and 3 pairs of bunny feet, with instructions on how to play. Ready, eggy, go!
Kits can be purchased via their online shop.
Move over teddy
Move over teddies, or at least share the spotlight. The isolife phenomenon "going on a bear hunt" where homes place teddies in the windows for children to spot during their daily family walk is taking a decidedly Easter feel. Across the world, the kitchen tables are overflowing with Easter crafts, and windows and doors of houses on your street are being decorated with an Easter theme. Add a bunny, a bilby, a chicken and some eggs to your display and give the kids in your neighbourhood lots of lovely things to spot on their next walk.