Easter: egg hunt treasure hunt version
Easter: egg hunt treasure hunt version
DIY FORTUNE EGG COOKIE
With Easter happens, we imagine that you are already planning the egg hunt for the children. If you want to spice things up a bit and find an alternative to the classic egg hunt, you'll love our idea. We invite you to do a "Fortune egg cookie" egg hunt. You'll see, you'll have a great time!

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  • 1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    Prepare the materials you will need to make your "fortune egg cookie".

  • 2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    Empty the eggs: with a large needle, pierce a small hole in the pointed end of the egg. Then poke a larger hole in the rounded end of the egg, making sure to pierce the yolk. Blow through the small hole until the egg is completely empty.

  • 3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    Color the eggs: use food coloring to mix in boiling water. Add the dye, one drop at a time, until you achieve the desired color intensity. Immerse the eggs in the solution, a few minutes for a pastel shade and longer for a bright shade.

  • 4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    Let your eggs dry.

  • 5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    Print and cut out the fortune egg cookie printables.

  • 6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    Roll up tightly the paper and introduce it into the egg through the hole used to empty it.

  • 7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    This is what your egg should look like.

  • 8ND STEP.

    8ND STEP.

    8ND STEP.

    You have finished your "fortune egg cookie" eggs.

Children just have to crack it to discover the secret message you have hidden...


Practical tip: feel free to add a ribbon around your eggs for an even more finished look.

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