This week has been tough! The clocks went forward last weekend, and since then both S and I have really struggled with getting ourselves up in the mornings. All week we’ve been counting down how many days until the holidays began, and today we had a lovely, lazy lie-in. S didn’t know it, but last week we received a parcel filled with Num Noms Easter goodies – and I had planned to fill today with all sorts of fun Easter crafts.

S is a massive fan of anything even vaguely creative, so I knew this would be a big hit with her.


First she painted Easter eggs, which was way more exciting than I expected! We hung them on hooks above the fireplace to dry – which I think is a good place for them to stay to be honest; they look pretty good!


The photo doesn’t show it well, but she painted an Easter bunny onto the yellow egg, in yellow paint. So a ninja Easter bunny in disguise. She was very pleased with herself!

Next we moved onto decorating card Easter eggs for Easter bunting. I sat down to join S with this and we had a lovely time decorating the eggs together. There was a lot of glitter glue involved; we had to put the eggs on the radiator to try and dry the glue out a bit before we made the bunting!


Whilst the bunting was drying out, we had something super fun to do: a Num Noms Easter hunt! We had also been sent a set of Num Noms ready for a fun Easter hunt, so while S was upstairs trying to wash the glitter glue off her hands (and face!) I hid some Num Noms around the dining room for her to find.


I thought she would give up on trying to find them, but with a couple of clever clues S kept on until she had found all of them, and neatly wrote their names on her game sheet.


S was really pleased with her Num Noms; she was even more pleased when I presented her with a Num Noms mystery pack as her prize!



I’m thinking tomorrow we might have a go at making some of this…

NB We were provided with Num Noms and craft materials for the purposes of producing this blog. All words and opinions are our own.

Vicky Charles

Vicky is a single mother, writer and card reader.


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