I am fully aware of the true meaning of Easter, however I don’t see anything wrong with adding a few fun activities to get the kids even more egg-cited! It’s a tradition for us to have an Easter Egg Hunt and award the children with a few prize eggs, as a matter of fact that’s how I grew up! The Easter Egg Hunt was something we always looked forward to.
I’ve been wanting to host a Glow-in-the-Dark Easter Egg Hunt, but last year we didn’t get to go visit family for Easter, so I decided to wait until this year. So this year I am adding some egg-tra fun to the festivities by finally hosting a Glow-in-the-Dark Easter Egg Hunt that I know will have them eggtremly eggcited!
I have seen a few crafts where plastic eggs were used that were either wrapped with glow in the dark bracelets or the bracelets were inserted inside the plastic eggs. I happen to have have a few bottles of Tulip Glow-in-the-Dark paint on hand that I purchased from Hobby Lobby! The Glow in the Dark Paint comes in a package with 6 colors (pink, green, yellow, orange, blue and natural) for $9.99. Use the Hobby Lobby 40% off coupon and you’ll only pay $5.99!!
Here’s egg-xactly what you’ll need:
- Tulip Glow-in-the-Dark paint
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- A group of Egg-traodinary kids
- Paint the eggs with the Tulip Glow-in-the-Dark paint and allow them time to dry.
- When the eggs have dried, egg-pose in the sun for a few minutes to activate the paint.
- At nightfall the eggs will Glow-in-the-Dark for a fun eggventure!!
You can make markings on the eggs or choose a specific Glow in the Dark color to signify Prize Eggs!!
For added fun, include Glow in the Dark Face Paint and Glow in the Dark Jewelry. It’s cool to see them running around glowing as they collect the eggs!
The kids are sure to enjoy this Eggstravaganza!!
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HAPPY EASTER EGG HUNTING!!
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