If your Easter egg hunt is anything like our family’s — it’s an event that lasts for several hours in our backyard. Each grandchild is designated their own color Easter egg, and Papa hides them by difficulty depending on the grandchild’s age. For the little ones, the eggs are hidden close to the house. For the older ones, the eggs could be hidden anywhere on our 2-acre property.
Print out and post these egg hunt signs this Easter. If you want to give clues, write “warmer” or “colder” inside note cards attached to the signs.
And don’t forget… you don’t need to only hide eggs! Our little chevron Easter candy bags also can be hidden in your backyard (or included in Easter baskets).
Have a great egg hunt! We wish you a beautiful, sunny day!
- Print signs on plain white paper or cardstock (resize to fit standard paper size, if needed). If printing on paper, glue or tape sign onto cardstock.
- Use an X-Acto knife or paper cutter to cut out signs. Each sign is approximately 5 x 7 inches.
- Tape or glue a popsicle stick to the back of the sign.
- Optional: tape or glue folded note cards onto the front of the signs. Write “warmer” or “colder” on the inside of the notecards.
- Place signs strategically close to or far away from hidden Easter eggs.