She used a cookie sheet with magnets for hers, but when I found this beauty at the DI for .50 I decided to go in a bit of a different direction.
Spray paint and I had a spark the first time we met and I just knew we'd be together for aLONG time. I use spray paint on anything and everything and it's just as much a staple in this house as milk and bread...and Oreo's. So I showed this tray some sweet love by giving her a nice coat of white paint. (the direct to plastic kind by Rustoleum)
When I first scouted out our DI and couldn't find a cookie sheet I was super bummed that I wouldn't be able to do this project, but as I sat and stared at the dusty, over-piled shelf of knick-knacks, inspiration finally hit and I realized I could get the same thing with plastic and velcro! So I cut 12 little squares from velcro I already had and spaced them-as evenly as I could; i'm too impatient to measure-in 3 rows. (The words on top are vinyl cut from my cricut using the font BoyzRGross)
I picked up 2 packages of plastic eggs from the dollar store (they only came in packages of 8) and stuck a small square to the back of each egg. (The velcro has an adhesive on the back) and then stuck the eggs to the tray!
It sits on our kitchen table just waiting for April 13th so the COUNTDOWN can begin!
The activities our eggs have in store for us are (and yes I stole some of them from the blog):
- Get Easter books from the library
- Color Easter pictures
- Play pin the nose on the bunny
- Easter scavanger Hunt-I already know this will be the favorite! :)
- Dye Easter eggs
- Make Tissue paper eggs
- Easter treat for the neighbors
- Make Easter bunny cupcakes
- For FHE study the story of Jesus Christ's resurrection
- Make Easter cards for grandparents
- Go on a Spring Nature walk looking for birds nest, bugs, flowers, etc. (if it ever stops snowing that is!)
- Make a bunny mask