10 Easy Steps To A Fun & Tasty Easter

Get the whole family involved in some fantastic Easter fun with our 10 steps to a fun-filled and tasty Easter.

1: Decorate the house with a bunny bunting

This adorable bunny bunting is the ideal contemporary Easter decoration. Use our template to print off as many as you like, then carefully snip a slit in each ear (we promise he won’t feel a thing!) and thread through string or ribbon. Get the free template here.

bunny bunting

2: Make Easter egg cookies

Get the kids in the kitchen for some baking fun. Decorating the cookies are, of course, almost as fun as eating them! Get the recipe.

easter cookie recipes

3: Make an Easter basket

When you’re out hunting for those Easter eggs you need a special basket to collect up all the goodies. Make your own Easter basket.

Doily-trimmed Easter baskets on Kidspot

4: Decorate Easter eggs

Decorative eggs are a wonderful Easter tradition. The first step is to blow the contents of the egg out, then you can personalise your egg however you wish. Follow our video on how to blow an egg for decoration.

easter eggs

5: Bake carrot cake muffins

Carrot in the muffin, carrot decoration on the muffin – it’s bunny rabbit heaven! Get the recipe.

6: Make easy bunny pikelets for brunch

Perfect for Easter morning – these bunny pikelets are simple for little ones to construct. Get the recipe.

7: Put down Easter Bunny footprints

Create a little magic with this cute Easter Bunny foorprint idea. Follow our instructions.


8: Create a fun Easter egg hunt

It’s what everyone has been waiting for – the Easter Egg hunt! Make yours spectacular with our action packed Easter egg hunt.

easter egg hunt

9: Don’t forget your DIY bunny glasses!

These funky bunny glasses are just the ticket for Easter fun. Find out how to make your own.

bunny glasses

10: Feed the family with our Easter treats

From brunch, through starters, mains and desserts – Kidspot has your Easter feasting treats covered. Easter recipes.

hot cross buns


  1. SarahBlair 31/03/2018 at 9:52 pm

    Wow! These are gorgeous!! My kids love to get creative and these ideas will be so fun to keep them busy over the long weekend! Thank you!

  2. kymmage 31/03/2018 at 12:14 am

    We made pancakes this morning, but they were bunny butts and great idea on the bikkies – we will do that tomorrow I think. I love Easter, there’s so many fun crafts and activities to do and lots of time to do them.

  3. felicity beets 27/03/2018 at 8:29 pm

    The bunny pikelets look so cute and the action packed easter egg hunt looks like it would be a great activity for the children. The carrot cake muffins looks delicious and the recipe looks easy to make these.

  4. Mands1980 27/03/2018 at 11:41 am

    I don’t do much for Easter but am going to do some baking with Easter decorations and the kids love this they can help decorate as well. We always do and Easter egg hunt as well they love waking up in the morning to a trail of eggs. We might do a few crafts as well they love it.

  5. Bevik1971 26/03/2018 at 5:05 pm

    We don’t really do much for Easter just enjoy spending time together 😁. Our 5 year old will probably only get 1 Easter egg but we will probably do some crafty stuff as she really loves drawing and creating 💜

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