Life as a parent in the current times is difficult, we are all juggling multiple tasks on a daily basis while in lockdown, but how can we still make Easter fun for the family?
We've trawled the sites to find the best hacks that are easy to do and great fun.
This is a great idea that the kids are sure to love making! Print out or draw a bunny shape and use your template to draw around and cut out lots of bunnies. Use up old wrapping paper, birthday cards etc. Add some cotton wool for a fluffy bunny tail and make adorable bunting with string, sewing thread, wool - whatever you have lying around.
Make an Easter Bunny Cake
There are some great hacks on Pintrest - this bunny cake is not only fun to make but will add a perfect seasonal pudding or treat for the kids. The proof will definitely be in the eating with this one.
Start by baking two round cakes, then cut the edges off like a tennis ball pattern – the curved edges transform into bunny ears and the remaining centre can become the bunny’s bow tie!
Easter Bunny Lunch
Forget hiding eggs around the garden! Create an Easter Lunch using the plastic eggs as mini lunch containers, then fill with n assortment of tasty snacks.
Easter Bunny Napkins
Feeling creative? These Easter Bunny Napkins not only look great, but can provide a great opportunity to introduce a game on who can follow the instructions and build the bet bunny. Don't forget to send us your pictures!
Decorate the easy way by filling a pretty umbrella with flowers.
April showers? While the sun is shining here's a great alternative use for that brolly. Use a plastic resealable bag to keep your brolly safe for using when the heavens open. Use flowers from your garden to decorate.
Fancy a more natural look?
Easter Egg trees are great fun to make and bring your outside in. Head out to the garden for twigs and small branches or collect some while on your walk. Making the eggs to suspend is a great activity that the kids will love.
Carrots... or strawberries?
Surprise everyone with these chocolate covered strawberries.
Leave Easter Bunny tracks for them to find
Grab the chalk and leave clues as to where the Easter Bunny has hidden chocolate eggs in the garden. You can always add a couple of red herrings to keep the fun going for longer.
Getting creative with keepsakes
These bunny portraits are fun to make and even better keepsakes.