Treasure Hunt Eggs

Posted on March 25 2015

What's more egg-citing than an Easter egg treasure hunt? Take your treasure hunt to the next level by hiding the clues inside of real eggs. When the children find an egg, they have to crack it to retrieve the next clue. Brilliant! ready-for-confetti It's easy: follow our instructions for making cascarones. After your eggs are dry, gently tuck in paper clues instead of confetti. Then glue a square of tissue paper over the hole to finish. treasure-hunt-egg-hidden Hide your eggs inside or out. You won't be able to read the clues after sealing them, so you may want to glue and hide as you go so you don't mix them up. treasure-hunt-egg Happy treasure hunting!


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