Some of the best Easter memories we have as kids aren't what candy we got in our baskets, but rather what we did and who we were with. Setting up your own scavenger hunt Sunday morning is an activity your children will cherish for years to come! These easy-to-make Easter scavenger hunt clues help make the whole process a cinch.
DIY Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues + Free Printable
We've come up with eight clues on this free printable that lead to generic places around the house.
If you don't have a printer, no fear! We wrote out a few of our clues, and it gets the message across just as well. Writing out your own clues also allows you to customize to your own home.
But for those of you who want to save a little time, simply download these printable Easter scavenger hunt clues and cut along the dotted lines!
- Engraved Wood Easter Stamp Set
- Craft ink pads
- Rubber stamp markers
- Printable Easter scavenger hunt clues
- Scrapbook paper
- Plain white paper
- Ribbon & string
- Washi tape
3 Easy Steps To Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues:
- Write down or cut out the printed clue. You can choose to color in the clue graphics, or leave them as is. Or cut them off completely!
- Back with decorative scrapbooking paper. Backing your clue cards with patterned or colored paper helps add a little flair. The trick is to find a color scheme and stick to it. We went with lots of spring colors: pinks, blues, yellows, etc. We also chose a lot of floral patterns, because, well, spring!
- Add embellishments. We used our Engraved Wood Easter Stamp Set for festive touches, along with washi tape and different strings & ribbon. Attaching the cutout stamp impressions with foam circles helps add dimension. You can even make a string handle to hang the clue up.
These Easter scavenger hunt clues are great for any-level crafter, since you can choose how elaborate you decorate them. Write them out or just cut out the printables, use scrapbooking paper or not, add embellishments or keep them plain -- it's really up to you! The kids will love the game no matter what.
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