easter eggs ready for the hunt!

by mari

Donwload and Print these Printable Easter Egg Hunt Flags and Tags for your Easter Eggs

I grew up with annual Easter Egg hunts in our backyard, and I now feel the need to continue the tradtiion even though we are not of the church-going persuasion. Like I said the other day, magical bunnies and sunny spring mornings? What’s not to love?

I’ll be adding these Easter Egg Penants to our plastic Easter eggs this year – I’m hoping they’ll help Birdie find them even in long grass or slightly hidden locations.  I thought if they could just shout out their hidey holes that  she’d have more fun. Make sure to click the links below the images to download the full pdf file for printing!

Click here to download the Easter Egg Hunt Flags.

I’ve also included these quick tags, fold them in half and wrap them around your Easter baskets, or wrap them around some ribbon and tie to the Easter Bunny’s loot.

Click here to download the Easter Basket Tags.

And download my other free printables from last week – Baabsie Lamb and Teensie Bunny Printable Paper Puppet Downloads. Also, did you see my sweet little chubster pom pom bunny diy? He’s super easy, I promise.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kristine April 15, 2011 at 9:23 am

What a clever idea! C was a few months shy of 2YO when he hunted for eggs the first time & understood perfectly what to do. I have tons of cute pics of him picking up eggs & putting them in the basket. Birdie will be a pro, too!


2 Miz Big April 15, 2011 at 3:31 pm

Thanks Kris! I’m feeling pretty good about Birdie figuring it out -she’s always finding the darnedest things around the house too!


3 anna April 15, 2011 at 12:11 pm

these are so cute! we dont do easter at our house, but i am going to take my kids to the easter egg hunt in our town b/c it just sounds so fun and i’m all for multi-cultural experiences!


4 Miz Big April 15, 2011 at 3:33 pm

You know, it’s funny, I always think of Easter Egg Hunts as a very secular thing to do. But I’m running into the opinion that Easter – and therefore Easter Eggs – is only a religious holiday. I guess I’ve never felt that way!


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