This week I was sent some fun easter products from Tiger, Tiger aim to provide their customers with stylish products at astonishingly good value. In Denmark, Tiger has caused a mini retail revolution. A variety store with a difference with a winning combination of on trend and innovative designs that often make customers smile.
I love the products we were sent over I immediately had some activity ideas for the girls which I wanted to share with you all before Easter so we had a mini early Easter yesterday! Now as you know by my Spring craft post I like to keep it simple, not too much mess but let the kids have a chance to get a little creative here’s what we go up too!
First up we made this cute little easter bunting I cut out the egg shapes from some foam and the girls got busy sticking some fairies and flowers before we strung them up with some ribbon! I think it looks quite cute and the girls really loved making it! We were using the bits I was sent from tiger and also from the awesome activity bag from Do Crafts this huge pack comes in at £9.95 and has so much stuff in there, it would make a great starter pack if you want to start getting crafty with the kids!
Regardless of shape, pattern of materials you’re using buntings always easy and a lot of fun to create with the children!
Next we made some Easter nests yum! Again so easy all I did was melt the chocolate over some boiling water and let it cool off before letting the kids create these – Yum!
We had a mini egg hunt! Toddler easter egg hunts are a bit tricky as they can’t yet read and would probably struggle to follow a map, I wanted to help build on the phonics they have been learning at nursery, I wrote words on cards pretty big so they could recognise the letters – these were clues as to where they would find the next clue and so on until the found the prize. It worked really well I love seeing how much Maisy has learnt since starting nursery back in September, its lovely to see their little brains sucking it all up and how much she loves to learn.
After hunting for clues all around the house we ended up in the garden!
I loved thinking of ways to use these products for easter activities they’re so cute and we had lots of fun! Roll on next week and we can do it all again!
Hopefully I’ve given you some fun easter activity ideas, If you’d like to see more check out my Pinterest Easter board where I’ve been pinning like mad!