As you know we love to create an Easter Egg Hunt over the festive period, we have done it ever since the children could walk. Last year we went away for Easter and the kids had so much fun exploring for Easter Eggs in the huge garden. This year we did the Easter egg hunt in our new home, our very own garden.

Our garden is a little like a building site at the moment as we have removed a greenhouse (10ft x 8ft) and a pond, waterfall and rockery. Although we wanted these to go, it has left quite a gap in the garden. So it was a little tricky to find hiding spaces as we have a lot of soil areas at the moment. I managed though, starting at the garden gate – I love Noah’s excited face.

I used the Hop to it egg hunt kit from Talking Tables to put up around the garden, it comes with fun bunny paw prints, clues in Easter egg shapes and other fun Easter themed shapes. Isla’s bunny ears and bunny bag are also from Talking Tables – so cute! Look at the smiles on their faces…

I used the Cadbury Easter Sharing Basket for our egg hunt. It’s a fantastic hamper full of delicious goodies: you get the hamper, 1 Easter egg hunt pack, Cadbury egg head, mini eggs, Dairy Milk Oreo mini eggs, Egg ‘n’ spoon double chocolate eggs, creme egg pack, Cadbury milk chocolate bunny with popping candy, Jelly Babies chicks and a Dairy Milk Spring edition bar.

For £30 you get a lot of chocolate goodies to hide in your egg hunt. There is also enough to hide away for the Easter bunny to bring on Easter Sunday morning.

The children really enjoyed their egg hunt, it was over all too soon. But that’s with anything festive, the children have no idea about the time it takes to set these things up and nor should they – I am just glad they are still happy to go along with an egg hunt… imagination is everything!

For those of us grown ups that want to get involved with the massive chocolate binge eating, try this rather scrumptious Green & Black’s Organic milk chocolate egg. It uses fair-trade milk and is luxuriously thick. It comes with 2 chocolate bars: milk with butterscotch and milk with sea salt. It definitely needs to be hidden, but not for those kiddies to find!

Where are you doing your Easter egg hunts this year? I loved creating our Easter egg hunt in our new home. How do you create the most perfect egg hunt? I would love to know in the comments below or on social media: @mummyconstant.

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