Hop to it with top 5 egg-cellent Easter decorations
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Easter egg hunts may be confined to the living room and garden this year, and your family gathering might take place over Skype but that doesn't mean you can't set the scene with some bright and cheery decorations.
This could even be a fun DIY project with the kids (although grown-ups are allowed to get stuck in with the crafts too!).
If you are hoping to buy something to set the scene for Easter, there are lots of options. Check out what’s available at the local supermarkets and don’t forget that some local shops, while closed during lockdown, may be offering an online delivery service.
1. Aldi Easter Wreaths, £3.99.
Decorate your home with a pretty Easter wreath from Aldi. There are a number of styles including cute carrots and a beautiful floral bunny design featuring pretty spring flowers – guaranteed to put a spring in your step!
2. Sainsbury's Home 4pk Paint Your Own Egg, £4, available from selected larger Sainsbury's stores.
When it comes to keeping the kids entertained, these sweet 'paint your own' eggs could keep them busy for at least an hour or so. You might want to pick up an extra pack for yourself!
3. Tesco Easter Skittles, £6.
This cute take on the traditional game of skittles will provide fun for the whole family this Easter! The game includes a set of rabbit skittles and a ball. It’s the perfect addition to your Easter activities.
4. Argos Home Inflatable 153cm Tree, £45, Inflatable 154cm Totem Pole (other items from a selection), Argos.
Lots of fun and a little bit kitsch! If you're feeling young at heart these inflatable decorations are worth hunting down.
5. Asda Easter crafts, £1.
Make your own Easter cards, colour in a wooden egg or create your own Easter-themed suncatchers with these great gift sets for wee ones from Asda. The suncatcher set comes with paint and two stencils – a cute bunny and a fluffy sheep.
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