Before church, the boys had a blast hunting eggs & finding their baskets. Jack rearranged the eggs when he got up at 4 a.m. and later enjoyed biting the candy through metal wrapper and all to savor the chocolate-y goodness inside! I’ll be posting a video later this week of Charlie’s reaction to his basket, but for now, some pictures of our morning!
Easter “Grass” made from accordion folded magazine pages that I then cut
*Super easy, quick AND recyclable!
Jack’s basket hidden in the dryer
*His basket contained a spin top, one car, M&Ms, Robin’s Eggs (YUCK!), a crayon roll with jumbo crayons, bubbles, Annie’s snack pack and two frog candies
*Charlie received a wiffle ball & bat, Fillmore from Cars, bubbles, M&Ms, Robin’s eggs, Annie’s snack pack, crayon roll with jumbo crayons, and one LeapFrog book
Up high eggs….
Mr. Jack enjoying the magazine shreds more than anything else.
I found a few different pins on Pinterest and made these in no time. The recipe was simple and worked for us. Charlie was stuffed with candy (I think) and had two bites. Jack ate his and Charlie’s plate. I will definitely be making these again – great object lesson for kids and super quick!