Are you organising an Easter egg hunt? Then you definitely need these Easter egg hunt signs! With adorable bunnies and great colours they will steal the show!
Easter egg hunts are so much fun! I think hiding is the best part. Easy for toddlers, harder for older kids and much much harder – nearly impossible- for adults. Yes, they love it too, if they admit it or not!
When you’re organising you may need a little help. What exactly should you do? This is where the signs come in. They make the hunt a little easier and they will brighten up the garden without showing the eggs straight away. They do not contain text (no reading), so they are very suitable for toddlers or preschoolers. Perfect!
// Step-by-step instructions for a successful Easter Egg hunt
1. Buy, cook and colour eggs the way you want. You need a few eggs per kid.
2. Print & cut the Easter Hunt Signs
3. Make a simplified map of the garden
4. Hide the eggs and place a sign on a strategic place. Easy for toddlers or preschoolers. Or tease older kids a little by pointing in the wrong direction..
5. Mark the location of the eggs.
A map? Well, it may come in handy. In the past we have hunted for very well hidden eggs! Or: use the bunny signs wisely ; )
– 4 bunnies holding an arrow (in 4 colours)
– 4 bunnies holding an egg (in 4 colours)
– 4 eggs
– Paper size A4 & letter.
That’s 6 pages of Easter goodness!
// How does it work?
1. Print the document on plain white paper, preferably card stock or heavy paper (>200g/m2)
2. Cut the shapes, sandwich a wooden skewer and glue to secure. That’s all!
// Instant download
This is a digital file of my own design that you can print yourself. After purchase you will receive an email with a download link (check your spam folder if you don’t see it). If you still don’t see it, contact me and I will sort it out.
1. Open the PDF using Adobe Acrobat Reader (free at Adobe.com) 2. Print the file on card stock (recommended) or regular print paper. 3. Start making!
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