• October 31, 2020

Home Easter Egg Hunt During Lockdown

Easter is normally buzzing with fun, family events over the long weekend, but sadly this is no ordinary Easter.

Here what you can do on easter:

1. Live-stream a church service.

 If church is part of your family’s Easter tradition, you can still attend your Good Friday and Sunday morning service from the comfort of your home.

Though physical churches have closed their doors to comply with social distancing, services are still happening via YouTube, Facebook Live and church websites.

4. Have fun in the kitchen. 

Bake your own hot cross buns or cupcakes decorated with Easter eggs.

You can also try some bunny-shaped cookies or pancakes.

 3.Watch a bunny flick.

Snuggle up in your bunny onesie and put on an Easter movie.

Hop, Peter Rabbit and Rise of the Guardians are all eggcellent ways to cozy up and celebrate or if you want something deeper try Passion of Christ or The Robe.

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4. Get crafty.

 Get fun stuff ready for some hands-on arts and crafts.

There are loads of Easter activities online and printouts to get the little bunnies excited.

Try decorating eggs with paint or DIY bunny-ear baskets.

5. Live-stream a church service.

 If church is part of your family’s Easter tradition, you can still attend your Good Friday and Sunday morning service from the comfort of your home.

Though physical churches have closed their doors to comply with social distancing, services are still happening via YouTube, Facebook Live and church websites.

6. Get out of your pyjamas. 

In lockdown, we know your wardrobe is wasting away.

This weekend is the perfect eggscuse to get out of your pyjamas, brush your hair and put on something sparkly or fun for the weekend.

Let your kids also put together and choose their own outfits.

MAKE YOUR OWN RICE KRISPIE EASTER EGGS

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INGREDIENTS YOU WILL NEED
  • 1 Tbps butter
  • 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 3/4 cup rice krispies
  • 2-3 drops food colouring

Instructions

  1. Melt butter in small saucepan over medium heat
  2. Add marshmallows and stir until melted
  3. Add food colouring
  4. Remove from heat and add rice krispies
  5. Let cool, then mold into egg shapes

Wilton Colour Right Food Colouring System:

This is the food colouring we use to make these fun and colourful eggs in five bring Spring colours – pink, purple, yellow, green and blue.

We love this food colouring.

It is very vibrant and you don’t need to use a ton of it to get super pretty colours.

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