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'Egg-stra' Fun Easter Ideas & Win $50 #SheSpeaksEaster Giveaway

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 03.18.20
'Egg-stra' Fun Easter Ideas & Win $50 #SheSpeaksEaster Giveaway
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Looking for fun and simple ways to celebrate Easter this year? We have some 'egg-stra' easy ideas from our SheSpeaks' influencers that are sure to bring the fun! Best of all, it's easy to shop for the supplies you need. 

Read on to see how you can win a $50 Walmart Gift Card and a supply of REESE'S Peanut Butter Eggs. 

Easy Tablescapes & Printables: Fun for all ages, use printables and colorful place settings to create a special Easter tablescape for your family. Save money with the things that you already have on hand at home, like paper plates, faux flowers and printable table décor. Make it special and no-fuss! Amy's Parties has a printable here.

Bake Together: Build anticipation for the holiday by baking as a family. Make Easter-themed treats- cookies, cupcakes or cakes. This Easter Basket Cake from Life with the Crust Off is fun and easy to create using a coconut covered cake as the basket and monogrammed REESE'S Eggs as the treats inside.

Simple Egg-Hunt Ideas: Add a twist to your egg-hunt this year with these fun printable clues from Love the Day. Lead your kids on a scavenger hunt around the house to find their baskets. You could take the same idea and create similar clues for hiding the eggs around the outside of the house or backyard. Kids will love reading the clues and guessing where their basket might be.

Need an easy basket this year? Add to the fun by creating these adorable printable, paper Easter baskets. This is a great way to craft and have fun together leading up to Easter. Fill with REESE'S Peanut Butter Eggs and Cadbury Eggs for the easiest Easter Basket ever! Get the printable from Love the Day here. '

Decorate REESE’S Eggs. REESE’S Eggs are an Easter favorite!  These yummy Easter treats are loved by all ages, but did you know they are also great for decorating? We’ve got a few cute ideas to get you started. See how we turned everyone’s favorite treat into the perfect family activity!

Check out the video below to see how easy and 'egg-citing' it can be to make REESE’S Egg Decorating at home this Easter


  #SheSpeaksEaster Giveaway {Draft}
*One lucky contestant will be chosen at random to receive a $50 Walmart gift card and a six-pack of REESE’S Peanut Butter Eggs. Giveaway is open through March 25, 2020 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

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  • tvgirl68 By tvgirl68

    We are a family of four that loves to cook. We cook a special Easter favorite, lamb meatballs, all together then feast and play Catchphrase. 

  • sumwitch By sumwitch

    Even though my boys are both teenagers, I still hide Easter eggs outside for them and hide their Easter Baskets.  They may act like they are too cool and old to enjoy the fun but, once they find the first egg they are all about it!  

  • aafc62 By aafc62

    My kids love Easter egg hunts!!!

  • trendymom By trendymom

    We always have a theme to our Easter egg hunt such as Pirates, Astronauts, Baby Animals, and more. I'm working on this year's plan, but there will definitely be lots of Hershey's and Reeses treats. :)

  • gamermom79 By gamermom79

    We are Pagan so we celebrate Eostre.

  • jheiert By jheiert

    My kids hunt for their easter baskets every year.  It started with I SPY hints to help them find them, but now they are teens and still insist on the hunt.  (I told them they are too old for hints though!)

  • kflickinger73 By kflickinger73

    We are going to have dinner & a small egg hunt at home for the kids.

  • Brooksey By Brooksey

    Baking and decorating eggs!

  • kcaise By kcaise

    Has to be to give and receive personalized Easter baskets of goodies!

  • Hawkswin8819 By Hawkswin8819

    Our favorite tradition is to go to church, have a big family breakfast, give each other homemade Easter baskets (There's no age limit for Easter baskets in this house!) Then we watch HOP. & The Wizard of Oz that night 😄

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