Easter Highs without the Lows

If you have a toddler or a new baby you may be trying to keep chocolate and lollies off their radar for as long as possible. Here are some tips to indulge in Easter in other ways. 

How to Make Glow In the Dark Easter Eggs

You will need:

12 plastic Easter Eggs

12 Glow Stick Bracelets

substitute lollies for a toy

Directions: Open plastic eggs, snap bracelets to activate and push the bracelets into the Easter Eggs along with a treat. Start hiding the Eggs around the house. Turn off the lights and let the excitement begin!

How to Make Plastic Easter Egg Tablecloth Weights

You will need:

Plastic Easter Eggs and Tablecloth

Stones

Ribbon

Glue

Hole punch

Packing tape

Directions: Fill each egg with a weighty stone, wrap the ribbon around your egg like wrapping a present, hot glue the top and bottom of your ribbon to the egg, use a square of packing tape to reinforce each corner of the table cloth, hole punch a hole in each corner and thread through the ribbon and knot.

Easter Gifting

Give a gift for Easter that will last. We can help you create a gift that will make your little ones first Easter memorable. Visit http://www.littlekisses.com.au/collections/baby-store/products/alimrose-lanky-bunny for Easter treat ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Rachel Moor
Rachel Moor

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