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Easy Easter Egg Hunt
Our neighborhood hosts a large Easter Egg Hunt every year and it’s SO well done. The person who leads it even sews bags most years for the kids. She just goes above and beyond. So because we have that lovely day and we we’ll be attending it on Saturday (so I won’t be hosting), I decided to throw together a mini egg hunt just for fun. I love putting together cute ideas for holidays and wanted to share our simple Easter Egg Hunt with you as a little inspiration this week.
Easy Easter Egg Hunt
3 tips for an easy and cute Easter egg hunt
1. Use initials to mark bags or baskets for guests.
2. Fill eggs with small, less expensive items like M&M’s® Easter Tri Packs, character bandages, erasers, stretchy little toys, bouncy balls, glow bracelets and more. You can often find these things in bulk to save a few dollars.
3. Create or print a sign welcoming guests. I love this one we picked up, but there are free printabes (I love this one.) that are great as well!

Easy Egg Hunt
I’m a Mars ambassador this year and this means, I’m often in the know about products early. I learned about the perfect little Easter egg filler last week, M&M’s® Easter Tri Packs. They are just the perfect size for small plastic eggs and have about 10 M&M’s® in each pack.
Easy Easter Egg Hunt
Do you have a favorite Easter Egg filler? Do you go all out or keep it simple? I’m all about simple these days. Have a great week!