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Home-made Easter Hunt Signs

There are so many fun things to buy from the shops for Easter hunts but why not have a go yourself and make some home-made Easter Hunt Signs!


To start with decide on a few simple shapes to go with and draw out some templates; I went for a rabbit, a carrot, arrows and a basic sign shape.

I used the DoCrafts Folk Floral Double Sided Paper which is full of cute floral/spring-like designs and cut out the various shapes in the paper. 

For the carrots I then used some orange and green card to make them look more carrot like then using Lollipop Sticks stuck onto the back which they can stick into the ground with.


For the arrows and the main Easter Hunt sign I used larger lolly sticks to support the signs more and used stick on letters to spell out different directions. I love how they are so simple but with the patterned paper they look really pretty and effective!


Finally for the rabbits, I think they are my favourite I kept them with the patterned paper but you could put another plain coloured card over the top and draw a rabbit face on. Like the signs I used stick on letters to write some cute little phrases!


I also made these Rosettes which would be so fun if you had an Easter Egg Hunt party and like the signs if you didn’t put a date on them you could use them year after year.


The Rosettes are actually fairly simple to make; I used the same paper as the signs and cut out a rosette shape for the base then made two smaller fan shapes and stuck them together to create the circle. Then a rectangle with the stick on letters stuck on top and finally they are finished off with Folk Floral Ribbon to make them extra special!

Easter Rosettes Collage

So there we have some simple home-made Easter Hunt signs! 

I hope you like them, I think it’s a great way to add a personalised touch to your own Easter Hunt.

Thanks for reading!xx




  1. 21st March 2016 / 10:52 am

    Ahh these are too cute! Alice I love them – you have really inspired my Easter this year with all your wonderful posts 🙂 Hx

  2. 21st March 2016 / 11:13 am

    They look adorable. I cheated and bought some but it is so nice t have homemade ones, especially if you can get the kids involved in making them too.

  3. Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes
    21st March 2016 / 12:24 pm

    These are so beautiful and I love the vintage design.

  4. 21st March 2016 / 11:22 pm

    Oh Alice your so creative these are adorable!!

  5. 22nd March 2016 / 6:33 pm

    You made these yourself!! Wow. This looks like so much fun

  6. 24th March 2016 / 6:32 am

    Aww these are just so cute! I bet you had fun making them. I absolutely loved doing an Easter egg hunt with my son. He’s ten now and sadly thinks he is too old for it but I’ve just had another baby so I can’t wait to do it all over again in s few years. Enjoy x

  7. 30th March 2016 / 8:35 am

    What a fab idea. You are so good at things like this. I’m not in the least bit crafty but I’m sure I could give it a go next year. thanks for sharing.

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