Easter is fast approaching. If you’re planning the holiday this year, you might feel some pressure to make sure all the decor is in order and there are enough crafts and activities to keep everyone entertained. Whether you have little ones running around the house, teenagers and middle schoolers heading home for the weekend, or just a large group of family or friends, we have everything you need to host Easter. perfect.
Meredith Sinclair, lifestyle expert and author of “Good gamestopped by TODAY with Hoda and Jenna to share nine fun Easter finds. From a tablecloth the kids can draw on to gadgets that will make brunch a breeze, keep reading to discover some gems hidden things that can make this Easter unforgettable.Plus, we’ve found a number of other activities and decorating options to really brighten up your holiday.
Best Easter Decorations and Activities
Leave special treats the night before for the Easter Bunny on this cutting board, then use it to serve snacks and fixings throughout the day. Only one side of the handcrafted board is engraved, so you can use the other side for chopping.
Keep the kids’ table members busy with this interactive decor piece. It’s covered with fun drawings they can color, tic-tac-toe boards they can play with, word searches and other fun activities they can complete using the box of crayons included.
This egg decorating gadget has sold out almost everywhere in 2020, but you can grab it now just in time for Easter. This takes the hassle out of traditional egg dyeing and allows them to create their own designs using markers.
Pottery Barn Peter Rabbit Egg Centerpiece
After decorating their Easter eggs, they can proudly display them in this adorable centerpiece. The tiered design holds 12 eggs at a time and is topped with Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit.
Have the kids (and the kids at heart) create their own decor with this affordable Lego kit. Using the 288 pieces included, they can build a peaceful scene of two bunnies in a spring meadow.
Even breakfast can be festive with this adorable waffle maker. The bunny mold makes 4-inch waffles that are perfect for little hands and stomachs. You can also add your own toppings like chocolate chips and sprinkles to make this an even more exciting treat.
IF you want to skip hard-boiled egg dyeing and go straight to eating eggs, this awesome tool makes it easy for you. After boiling, place the eggs in an ice water bath, then add a cup of cold water to the peeler, snap the cap in place and shake. Once you’re done, all you have to do is pinch the egg and the shell will come off like a jacket, Sinclair says.
This rug is an adorable way to welcome guests into your home. It’s hand-painted with UV-resistant paint to help the design last longer, the brand says. The seasonal find will look great on a covered porch, as the seller also doesn’t recommend placing it in direct sunlight or exposing it to rain or snow.
Pottery Barn Easter Egg Wreath
If you have covered indoor decor, this hand-assembled wreath is a way to give the front of your home an equally festive look. It’s made from recycled materials and adorned with faux ranunculus, tulips, and greenery that will last season after season.
More fun Easter finds
The White Company Wooden Rabbit Egg Holder (Set of 2)
These gift egg holders are perfect for table settings, but they can also be used as pinch pots. They are made from oak wood and can be used long after Easter.
Make them laugh with this unique popper. It can fire the included foam balls up to 20 feet in the air with a single squeeze, depending on the brand.
For the budding paleontologist, this dinosaur-inspired egg decorator is the perfect activity. Besides the decorator, the kit also includes six markers and two eggs. When the eggs are opened, they will discover two mysterious dinosaurs and slime.
Put some “mignon” in the “charcuterie” with this serving platter that responds to the holiday theme. At 16 x 9.7 inches, this bunny is large enough to be used for anything from an appetizer plate to a dessert platter, and just wipe clean with a damp cloth, depending on the brand.
Older kids can create their own flowers for spring with this science-inspired coloring kit. Using the “water draining” technique, they can create colorful designs on a total of 12 flowers and display them in a vase. No maintenance required!
Toddlers who want to play outside might enjoy this fun machine. It includes six ounces of bubble solution, which equals hours of fun.
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