Easter Party Ideas

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We’ve got easter covered

Are you ready for Easter? Found hiding places for the eggs, sourced enough chocolate, invited the family, bought a bunch of bunny ears to wear? Gosh, there’s a lot to do but don’t worry, help is at hand. Look below for a collection of fun and easy face paint designs for everyone to try. Plus, we’ve created a tasty cupcake tutorial that’s easy enough to do with the kids.
FACE PAINT IDEAS

    Bunny

  1. Foundation
    Foundation Paint two white, bushy eyebrows on the forehead. Now paint two white whisker pads on the cheeks. Try using a fine brush with white paint to add small strokes – it’ll give more texture.
  2. Colour-In
    Colour-In Paint a white horizontal rectangle under on the chin, leading down from the bottom lip. Then with the pink paint, colour the end of the nose.
  3. Detail
    Detail Using a thin brush with black paint, add little strokes around the white eyebrows to give them texture. Now draw around the white rectangle on the chin to make two teeth. Add three dots and three fine lines on either side of the cheeks to make whiskers. Finally, dust the cheeks with silver glitter.

    Chick

  1. Foundation
    Foundation Paint a yellow mask with a raggedy, untidy edge along the top edge – these are for feathers. Then paint an orange triangle with slightly curved edges on the nose.
  2. Colour-In
    Colour-In Use a thin brush to paint black lines on the mask, like in the picture. Then paint two nostrils on the beak and outline the bottom edge of the triangle.
  3. Detail
    Detail Draw some white highlights on the feathers and in the centre of the beak.

    Easter Egg

  1. Foundation
    Foundation Choose six different colours and paint eggs of different sizes on the face, like in the picture.
  2. Colour-In
    Colour-In Now, with different colours, draw patterns on the eggs. How about some zigzags, dots and stripes?
  3. Detail
    Detail Paint some triangles around the eggs, just like we’ve done – Happy Easter!
• MAKE AND CREATE IDEAS •
  • How to make Easter Cupcakes There’s an abundance of chocolate to eat at Easter time, so we put our heads together and came up with these fabulous cupcakes for you to try. They’re super-easy to create – you can make them with your children and the icing effect is so impressive, it’ll look like you all spent hours hard at work. Shhh, we won’t tell.