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Top ten places to hide Easter eggs
Easter weekend is coming, and even though we can’t get together with the extended family during these uncertain times, it’s still a chance to relax, unwind and have some fun. Easter egg hunts will be in full swing across the UK, with kids and grown-ups alike searching homes and gardens – depending on the Great British weather. But where are the best places to secure those chocolate treats? Here are our top ten places they’ll never think of:
The last place kids will be looking when they’re running around searching for chocolate is the bookshelf. Place them between books or behind them.
Depending how big your chocolate eggs are, loo roll tubes are the ideal inconspicuous place to hide them.
Top tip on this hiding place, put your eggs under the bag of cereal for total coverage
As far as Easter egg hunt ideas go, this may seem like an obvious place to stow your treats. But trust us, it’s the simplest places that are the easiest to miss.
This is a great place to pop your chocolate eggs, especially if people are holding them too. Just don’t serve the coffee before the hunt is over.
Indoor or outdoor, stash your eggs in a cover then get friends and family to sit in front of them to make your hunt extra tricky.
Depending how many you have, this one could be used in multiple rooms around the house and garden.
If you use this hiding place, always make sure you practice safety around cars. This may work best with a car on a drive for example.
If you have lots of family and friends leaving shoes around, this one can really add to the hunt. Just make sure you only use wrapped treats.
Probably the toughest of our hiding places, this one may need a few Easter egg hunt clues - especially if people are wearing the jackets too.
So, there you have it. Our top ten places to hide Easter eggs. Think we’ve missed any? Have any Easter egg hunt ideas to share with us? We’d love to hear about it online, tweet us or post on our Facebook page.