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10 Apr 2020 9:50 AM | Nicole The Creativity Coach (Administrator)

 Scavenger Hunts are fun for the whole family - especially when you create and color your own eggs with messages on the back.

Use the link below as a starting point, and then hide them around the house. Turn it into a Treasure Hunt with clues if you're up for the challenge: write a clue on the back of the first one leading to the next egg location . . . And at the last location, end with a fun little prize!

My Mom was the BEST at treasure hunts! Maybe she just wanted to keep me busy when I was younger, but I still remember how much creativity she used in her clues. I think she enjoyed it almost as much as me (her clues got harder and weirder each time)! When I got older, I had fun creating these hunts for my little Sis. And of course, I continued the tradition with my daughter . . . who now makes them for my son. I don’t know which is more fun - GOING on the hunt, or CREATING it!

The clues don't need to rhyme, but it's a fun challenge for the hunt-maker. Here’s an example:

"The most fulFILLING place in the house for young and old
But if you keep the door open, you’ll start to feel COLD!”
(And then hide the next clue in the refrigerator)

This generous website has links to egg templates to color, and even blank ones to draw your own designs:

Over the next few days I'll be sharing on our Facebook Page the ones I make with my family . . . and of course, some relaxing tangle patterns to draw inside them! So keep your eyes out over the next few days and see how many design ideas you can find, or register here to get the FULL DOZEN links all in one place (donation is optional).

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