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Think Easter egg hunts are a bit old school? Think again. Here are some truly eggcellent tips for creating a cracking egg hunt. (Sorry we couldn’t resist)

1. Decorate your route with egg garlands and dot around some painted empty egg shells as red herrings to throw off hunters.

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2. Create a hub where hunters can regroup to discuss clues and refuel with homemade lemonade or ginger beer and some of these adorable chick cupcakes.

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3. Ask guests to come in fancy dress, because who doesn’t love an excuse to reuse that old Harry Potter costume. Those without a costume can make these simple bunny ears.

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4. Disguise your clues using invisible ink or hide them in homemade glitter slime.

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5. Challenge hunters with a cycling Easter egg hunt to get them racing through the forest or a mountain hike hunt with eggs hidden in stone walls and crags. Feeling super organised? Plan the route on google maps in your shape of choice.

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6. Hide the final clue to the main chocolate haul inside a balloon or stick it on the side of one. Then blow up a load more balloons so the clue is even trickier to find among them.

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7. If you’ve got plenty of time on your hands you could even make your own Easter eggs

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Happy hunting!

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Looking for more top tips? Take a look at these five fun ways to practise map reading.

 

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