Easter 2014

Who said easter egg hunting was only for kids?! Yesterday, we had our non-traditional easter egg hunting game that’s not only for the little kids, but also for the big “kids”. Our Easter Egg Hunt was so much fun this time compared to last year’s because we did it outside of the house! It was perfectly sunny and warm for our fun activity and so, looking for the hidden “eggs” was very exciting. Here’s how the game goes: Each participant has three easter bags with their name on it, hidden in different parts of the house. This is what makes this game cute because it’s made a little more personal because you’ll receive something that’s been thought to be really given especially for you. Just like on Christmas! The main goal of the game is to of course, find all the easter bags that are for you. If you find a bag that doesn’t have your name on it, leave it. Don’t ever give tips to the other participants. Find yours, and they’ll find theirs. It’s funny when they make comments about not finding their bags when you already know where they are. ;) Now, to make this game possible, there has to be a Bunny Game Master. This bunny is in charge of all the goodies to be given away. He/she can also find little bunny elves to help hide all the goodies in every corner of the house. In our hunt yesterday, my cousin Garri and his girlfriend Asa hid all the easter goody bags. They must have been laughing at us while we were looking for our treats! No one gets to open their bags until each participant has found their bags. Yesterday, my sister Hannah was the last person to find her last goody bag. We all hadn’t seen her last bag so we all ended up looking for it as well. It was so funny because it was hidden in a really obvious spot! Our bunny game masters did really well yesterday. :3 This is a really fun game for the whole family or even with your friends! If you’re tired of going to traditional egg hunts with your kids or baby nieces and nephews, you should definitely try our cute little Easter Bag Hunting game. 

Who said easter egg hunting was only for kids?!

Yesterday, we had our non-traditional easter egg hunting game that’s not only for the little kids, but also for the big “kids”. Our Easter Egg Hunt was so much fun this time compared to last year’s because we did it outside of the house! It was perfectly sunny and warm for our fun activity and so, looking for the hidden “eggs” was very exciting.

Here’s how the game goes:

Each participant has three easter bags with their name on it, hidden in different parts of the house. This is what makes this game cute because it’s made a little more personal because you’ll receive something that’s been thought to be really given especially for you. Just like on Christmas!

The main goal of the game is to of course, find all the easter bags that are for you. If you find a bag that doesn’t have your name on it, leave it. Don’t ever give tips to the other participants. Find yours, and they’ll find theirs. It’s funny when they make comments about not finding their bags when you already know where they are. ;)

The GameMasters!

Now, to make this game possible, there has to be a Bunny Game Master. This bunny is in charge of all the goodies to be given away. He/she can also find little bunny elves to help hide all the goodies in every corner of the house. In our hunt yesterday, my cousin Garri and his girlfriend Asa hid all the easter goody bags. They must have been laughing at us while we were looking for our treats!

No one gets to open their bags until each participant has found their bags. Yesterday, my sister Hannah was the last person to find her last goody bag. We all hadn’t seen her last bag so we all ended up looking for it as well. It was so funny because it was hidden in a really obvious spot! Our bunny game masters did really well yesterday. :3

This is a really fun game for the whole family or even with your friends! If you’re tired of going to traditional egg hunts with your kids or baby nieces and nephews, you should definitely try our cute little Easter Bag Hunting game.