Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms
The Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms
Looking to make more fun out of Easter this year?
Look at these wonderful decorations, gift ideas and activities.
Here are the best Easter decorations for kid’s bedrooms. I don’t know about you, but I own 4 boxes of Christmas decorations, one large bin liner of Halloween decorations and carrier bag of Easter bits. How about you?
Easter is extremely cute with the excitement in the morning of “has he been” akin to Christmas, but of course they are referring to the Easter Bunny. The adventure that is an egg hunt and then of course ALL the chocolate. I am not one for making a fuss of things. The girls always have a good time, and we buy a few bits and there might be an Easter activity/crafting moment, last year I blew eggs for the first time and they loved decorating them.
With a dreary start to the year, a very meh half term and now the return to school I am already looking forward to the Easter holidays and how great to kick them off with Easter being so early this year! If like me you fancy making more of a fuss this year, I have for you covered with these great Easter decorations for kid’s bedrooms.
I have decided I will actually make some effort for once and when they wake up on Easter Sunday morning, I want them to enjoy noticing a few Easter decorations dotted around, I’m not going to go nuts but a few Honeycomb Bunnies from Meri Meri, maybe some bunting and the odd little decoration dotted around hanging from a picture frame or light switch will be a good start. No, I am not going to turn my house into something that resembles Alice in Wonderland, I wish I could I am just not that skilled.
Another bonus is the girls have recently become interested in Beatrix Potter, which is awesome, I have been waiting ages. They love baking so a few Peter Rabbit cupcakes with breakfast will make them smile and then we can make some cookies in the afternoon.
If you fancy making a little bit more fuss for Easter this year, then here are some decorations that I think you will enjoy and more importantly that can be put away and brought out again for the years to come.
When it comes to treats and gifts, what is the deal in your house? Some families are in the zone of ‘let the chocolate sugary flood gates open’, others opt for the gift route and in our house, we are a mix of the two. They get an egg from us, the Easter egg hunt, and a wee gift, we know that grandparents will go way over the top, as is their duty, and I somehow make it all last up to the summer holidays, I know I’m such a mean mum 😉
If you are looking for some alternatives to the sugar flood take a look at these great finds;
As parents we know that pretty things to look at and yummy things to eat are great and will put smiles on most peoples faces. There is one more step to take for the perfect Easter for the kids’ and that is catering to their love of making, having an activity, a creation or decoration to call their own. It might be art and crafts, it might be baking, it could be playing a game, as well as THE HUNT of course!
There you go, the best Easter decorations for kids’ bedrooms and more, to keep them smiling, laughing and jolly over the Easter weekend and also some fun prep activities for the lockdown weekends leading up to the big event.
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