DIY BOOZY EASTER EGG HUNT WITH FREE PRINTABLE CLUES

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Admit it, you miss the days of Easter egg hunts, I know I do! When I was younger I used to absolutely LOVE hunting for Easter eggs around the garden and trying to crack the clues! It’s no secret that I still love games now and since I don’t have any kids to create an Easter egg hunt for I thought to myself….Wouldn’t it be fun if this Easter I made a boozy adult Easter egg hunt?! And instead of chocolate I could fill the eggs with SHOTS! That’s right you heard me! Me and my sister always go out on Easter Sunday for some drinks and this seemed like the perfect drinking game for all our girls that would be coming over before!

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So how does it work? Well we figured we would hide the eggs around the house & the garden, some with clues to where they could find an egg inside and others with shots of alcohol in! I went out and bought shots that already had lids on (hence no spillage) in the flavours of cherry, blueberry and apple sour! Whoever finds an egg with a shot in can then choose who has to take the shot!

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The best news is I’ve designed some pretty printable egg-shaped clues that you can print out and fill in to tailer to wherever you’re hiding the eggs! Let’s get started shall we?

YOU WILL NEED:

Plastic fillable eggs (I got these ones from Tesco) // Shots with lids in a variety of flavours // printable clue sheet // (also make sure that the shots you bought will actually fit inside the eggs!)

STEP 1:

Print out the egg shaped clues onto white paper and fill out with clues on where you plan to hide them! Bonus points if you can make them rhyme! I’ve seen great ones like ‘Where can they be? They can’t be far, why don’t you look inside the _______’ and ‘Look outside, search a lot, somewhere near a flower _______’

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STEP 2:

Fill some of the eggs with the clues and others with the shots and then screw them shut, making sure that they’re secure.

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MAKE THESE PASTEL MARBLED EASTER EGGS

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Marbling is one of the prettiest craft techniques EVER, I just love how you never know the patterns you’re going to create or how they’ll turn out! If you’ve never tried marbling before then grab yourself some eggs and let’s get creating some beautiful Easter masterpieces!! (Ok masterpiece is a strong word but let’s just go with it…)

YOU WILL NEED:

Hard boiled eggs // White spray paint // Nail varnish // A disposable container // A stirrer // Plastic gloves //

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STEP 1:

Spray paint your eggs in the colour of your choice, I went for white because I wanted the colours to pop but I think these would look super cute in gold, bronze or silver too!

STEP 2:

Allow these to dry, I created a little drying station by putting tooth picks into foam and suspending the eggs on them so that the paint didn’t smudge.

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DIY FLORAL BUNNY EARS FOR YOUR MAIDS OR FLOWER GALS!

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Anybody over here having an Easter themed wedding or a Spring theme!? I think it would be ridiculously cute to get your bridesmaids or little flower girls wearing these beaut DIY floral bunny ears! They’re the perfect mix between a flower crown and rabbit ears and pretty much embody spring! The great news is they’re super easy to make and here’s how…

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YOU WILL NEED:

A Headband // Floral wire // Lace // White Fabric // Faux Flowers // A Glue Gun //

STEP 1:

Cut your white fabric into thin strips then wrap around your entire headband, glueing it down as you go.

STEP 2:

Take your floral wire and form the shape of two bunny ears then twist the ends together at the bottom. Wrap these in your white fabric too using your glue gun.

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DIY: Three Fun Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

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Yay its Easter! This has to be one of my favourite times of year because it is acceptable to indulge in lots of chocolate! (Not that I need much of an excuse mind you?) Anywho it is also a great excuse to get a little crafty so we have invited our favourite stylists Sophie & Laura from Strange Case Collective to show you how you can get creative with some polystyrene easter eggs… This is one for you if you are especially fond of glitter, wool and washi tape, basically it has us written all over it…

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“One of our favourite times of the year is Easter. One for the chocolate (of course, we’re already dreading crème eggs not being in the shop!) and two as it gives us an excuse to get crafty. Every year we organise an egg hunt and this year we are having one for our 18 month old cousin Sadie. Alongside chicks and eggs for her to find, we wanted to have a go at decorating some polystyrene eggs for her to fill her basket with too. So for this months guest post, we are showing you three different ways to decorate polystyrene eggs.

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You will need the following materials for all three versions – Polystyrene eggs// PVA Glue // Barbecue skewers // A plastic dish for glitter and glue. Or a plate covered in foil – we couldn’t find a container anywhere and improvised // Egg carton for presentation – this is totally optional but we couldn’t resist buying it from our local craft shop // Paintbrush// Glitter // Wool // Washi Tape// Scissors //

 

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