The lovely Natalia Celemin from Lulubel always does children’s parties well, and I’ve gone completely potty for her Easter themed activities. There’s so much to do and her wonderful website is full of the cutest craft ideas. They also have some great free Easter printables. 

Easter is only round the corner (yes, really!) and with the Easter break comes the school holidays and in our case nearly 3 weeks off, so I’ve been planning to get the children entertained with an Easter egg hunt party and some craft projects.

Here are some of my ideas:






Start by dressing up! This couldn’t get any easier with these kits, which includes a set of ears, bunny tail and a felt bow tie.





Keep the little ones entertained with few games and crafts like:

Egg Decorating! Create fun little egg animals, your kids will absolutely love them! Make cute little characters with eggs. These characters not only make great Easter decorations, your little ones can also play with them as toys!






Or, you can simply place your eggs in a candy cup, glue a party hat on and et voila! They’re ready to party with you…! I find EVERYTHING is done better when wearing a party hat.

Keep your younger ones busy colouring in these 3D paper eggs:


For a true Easter celebration, an Easter egg hunt is a MUST!. Make it easier for the little ones to find those treats hidden around the garden using some signs and clues. You can download our printable version here, or click one, two and three!  An Easter tradition perfect for keeping the children entertained.

Ps – don’t forget to have the table laid for when they are done. They will be hungry!



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You can find everything you need for your Easter Egg Hunt at Little Lulubel.

Happy Easter!

By Natalia Celemin, Little Lulubel

About The Author

Natalia Celemin
Little Lulubel

Natalia Celemin is the owner and mind behind the party shop Little Lulubel. From travel to clothes to wrapping paper, I am a fan of all things cool and original. Since the arrival of my three children, all girls, I've not given up on my quest for cool but searching high and low for beautiful things has become a bit of an obsession. When I started organising birthday parties for our girls, I was a working mum who found it incredibly frustrating and time-consuming to have to go to several shops or websites to find all I need to throw them the best party I could. It didn't take long to discover that I was not alone. Parents everywhere were telling me they were stressed trying to find the time and energy to try to make their kid's party special. And so the idea of this one-stop shop children's party website, Little Lulubel, was born.

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