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Gather some twigs or branches, you can spray paint them white if you like. Put them in a jug, mason jar, silver bucket or vase. Hang some decorated eggs on colourful ribbon. You could even glue on some feathers or add any Easter kindy craft the kids bring home.
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Egg/Side walk chalk makes a fun Easter basket filler.
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It's so much fun putting Easter boxes together for the little ones. There are lots of things the Easter Bunny can bring instead of chocolate. Here are a few suggestions.. Bubbles, coloured Play Dough eggs, Egg chalk, Bunny ears, a new book, sunglasses, hat, water bottle, pyjamas, brightly coloured plastic eggs filled with little toys, a bunny nightlight or soft toy, Easter biscuits. Pull it together with some coloured shredded paper and some decorated eggs.
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Leave a cute Easter Bunny Trail for your kids to wake up to on Easter morning, it could lead to their Easter Baskets. All you need is baby powder, scissors and a paper plate to use as the stencil.
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Easy Bunny Ear Cupcakes made with marshmallows, so easy and perfect for Easter!
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Easter cookies are a nice alternative to chocolate and perhaps an activity you can do with the kids.
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Have the family wake up Easter morning with this playfully arranged stack of pancakes.
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Heading to a gathering with family and/or friends to celebrate the Easter holiday weekend? How about adding to the holiday fun by constructing one of these quick, simple & delicious fruit trays?
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