How to Make an Easter Egg Hunt
Have some Herdy Easter Egg Hunt fun with these Easter Egg Hunt tokens, signs, peep masks, and bunting!
You will need:
- coloured card
- colourful paint
- bamboo skewers
- modelling clay
- white card
- coloured ribbon
- and a herdy biscuit stamper.
Easter Egg Hunt Tokens
1. Download our FREE Easter Egg cutting template. Cut around the outer line of the smaller egg shape template.
2. Use the template to draw out a number of smaller egg shapes in coloured card.
3. With the herdy biscuit stamp, use coloured paint to print the herdy logo onto each smaller paper egg token.
These tokens can be hidden within your easter egg hunt for your little ones to find as an alternative, or addition, to chocolate eggs.
Easter Egg Hunt Markers
1. Download our FREE Easter Egg Hunt Markers cutting template. Cut out the coloured peep easter egg hunt marker shapes. You can print out multiple sheets for as many as you need.
2. Take a bamboo skewer and fix with sellotape to the back of each marker.
3. Depending on where you place them, you may need to cut the skewers with scissors to make them shorter in length.
These markers can be placed to map out your easter egg hunt and guide your little ‘peeps’ in the right direction to find the paper tokens or easter eggs!
Easter Egg Hunt Bunting
1. Cut around the outer line of the larger egg shape template.
2. Use the template to draw out a number of larger egg shapes in coloured card.
3. Using the herdy biscuit stamp, use coloured paint to print the herdy logo onto each larger paper egg shape.
4. When the paint has dried, use modelling clay and a pencil to push two holes in each egg shape to thread coloured ribbon through.
5. We made a two meter length of bunting - using twelve egg shapes - but you can make as much as you like by repeating the process above.
Easter Egg Hunt ‘peep’ Mask
1. Download our FREE Easter Egg Hunt 'peep' Mask cutting template. Roughly cut around the peep mask shape.
2. Apply glue to the back of the shape and fix to some white card.
3. When the glue has dried, cut around the outer line and two eye holes to produce your peep mask.
4. Using a pencil and modelling clay, make two holes as shown to attach some thin elastic to hold your mask in place when worn.
5. Print off as many as needed and repeat the steps to create a flock of little ‘peeps’ for your easter egg hunt.
Ready, herdy… HUNT!
Don’t forget to send us some pictures of your little ‘peeps’ on their herdy easter egg hunt!