April 7, 2020

8 Ultimate Ways You Can Celebrate Easter Inside

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Easter is finally here! Happy Easter to all my peeps! Who is egg-cited for Easter? We have so many egg puns it’s not even bunny. Are you all ears?

Easter spelt with easter eggs

Easter is finally here! Happy Easter to all my peeps! Who is egg-cited for Easter? We have so many egg puns it’s not even bunny. Are you all ears?

Here are eight Easter themed things-to-do for you to celebrate this egg-ceptionally long week-end.

#1 Send An E-Card

Easter Card

Did you know that Hallmark has dozens of Easter eCards you can personalize?

Given the circumstances, it’s a modern way for us to spread some joy to a good egg.

Let them know that some-bunny is thinking of them!

Send one now!

#2 Easter Home Makeover

Easter shaped bowls
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Get in the festive spirit and get crafty, right now!

Upcycle Your Egg Cartons

From flower crown to tulips to roses to bunny garlands, the possibilities are endless!

Get inspos here.

Make a Bunny Crown

It’s not an Easter party without a bunny crown.

Download the print-outs here.

Easter Photo Booth Props

If you have a printer, simply download, print, and glue them on a stick!

If you don’t have a printer, stencil them on a piece of paper and color them in.

#3 Pimp Your Easter Eggs

colorful Easter eggs on pink background
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Can’t decorate any eggs this year? Yolk’s on you!

Don’t worry if you don’t have access to a dye kit, you can dye with things already in your home.

*Pro-tip, hard boil your eggs prior to pimping them out.

Here are our favorite ways to jazz up your eggs:

Natural Dyeing

Fruits and vegetables
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Find natural ingredients in your pantry or fridge such as strawberries, blueberries, beets, and turmeric. Simmer these ingredients in water with a dash of vinegar. Soak eggs in this mixture in the fridge overnight. The longer you soak them the richer the color.

Whipped Cream + Food Colouring

Pink dye easter eggs
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Drizzle your food coloring of choice on a bed of whipped cream. Then dip your hard-boiled eggs in the mixture and let dry. Wipe off any excess.

Baking Soda

Pink, blue, and purple dyed easter eggs in bowl
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Combine food coloring, baking soda, and vinegar together. Soak your eggs in the mixture to achieve the marble look.

Can’t get enough? More on Better Homes & Gardens.

#4 Indoor Easter Egg Hunt

Pastel easter eggs on trophies
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Truth or Dare Eggs:

The person finding the eggs must do what the note suggests!

Typography Easter Eggs:

Come up with a fun word or phrase, write a letter on each egg, and make your hunters unscramble the message.

Coupon Prizes:

You can create your own coupons and tape them to each egg. Knowing that the hunters can get out of doing the dishes one night should spur them on!

For more ideas, check out this Good House Keeping article.

#5 Easter Egg Recipes

Pastel easter eggs in bowl
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So now that you have dozens of fabulous looking hard boiled eggs, what on earth are you gonna do with them?

Well, eat them, silly! Need some ideas?

Scotch eggs Seriously, you’ll feel like you’ve just graduated culinary school after making this masterpiece.

Deviled eggs Some hate them, some love them. I mean, what are you gonna do with dozens of eggs sitting around, anyway?

Cobb salad Key ingredient = hard boiled eggs. This recipe is a tried and tested and you definitely can’t go wrong with this simple creation.

Egg & Avocado Toast Okay, if you’re an influencer, this should’ve been the first recipe you thought about. No need for further explanation.

#6 Easter Photoshoot

Photo by freestocks.org from Pexels

Aside from the weekly stroll to the supermarket to show off your #ootd, Easter 2020 gives you yet another excuse to get dressed. Choose wisely.

Go on, dig deep in that closet of yours and pick out the most perfect floral dress or that pastel colored button up shirt that just screams spring.

If you’re quarantining with your friends or family, pick out a fancy outfit for them too. Don’t forget to invite your furry friend!

Share with us your photos by including the hashtag #peerswayeaster!

#7 Easter Games

Jelly Beans in bowl
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Nobody’s too hip to hop on Easter. Get involved with these activities below:

  • Easter Egg Race: Get your wooden spoon out and create an obstacle course around the house
  • Guess the # of Jelly Beans: Get all of your friends and family involved virtually

#8 Binge Watch Easter Movies

Hand with remote on Netflix
Photo by freestock

Check out the Oprah Mag’s 25 Best Easter films you can watch at any age and with anybody.

Get your binge on here!

Mobile phone taking photo of eggs

Voila! We wish you a basket full of egg-citement this Easter.

Be sure to tag us using the hashtag #peerswayeaster and comment below to let us know what you’re up to this Easter!

See you later, hop stuff!

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