Easter egg hunt arrows that way

The only thing little kids love better than Easter egg hunts is Easter egg hunts with hints. And with Poppy & Blush‘s DIY Easter egg hunt printables, you can create these cheerful clues jackrabbit fast. Print them all (“this way,” “that way,” “egg hunt,” “no bunny x-ing,” “look under here,” “look up”), then position them in appropriate spots around your hunt.

Easter egg hunt arrows materialsTime: About 10 minutes for each sign (not including paint-drying time)

Level of difficulty: Easy

Materials:

  • Printer (not shown)
  • Pink and blue card stock
  • Pencil (not shown)
  • Cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Wooden dowels
  • Pink and light blue paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Spray adhesive
  • Hot-glue gun (not shown)

Easter egg hunt arrows bunny x-ing

Step 1: Print out our free Easter egg hunt arrow printables on pink and blue card stock. Be sure to change your print settings to “scale to fit” so the entire image prints.

Step 2: Cut out the arrows.

Easter egg hunt arrows cut cardboard

Step 3: Trace arrows on a piece of cardboard, then cut them out.

Easter egg hunt arrows paint on

Step 4: Cover each cardboard arrow with a light coat of paint (blue for blue signs, pink for pink signs) to keep brown cardboard edges from showing.

Easter egg hunt arrows spray-paintStep 5: Paint the wood dowels in matching colors.

Step 6: After the paint has dried, use spray adhesive to mount printed arrows onto cardboard arrows.

Step 7: Attach dowels to the back of signs with hot glue.

Step 8: Place arrows around your yard.

See the signs helping little hunters hop to it in Poppy & Blush‘s Easter egg hunt party. And don’t miss the rest of our Easter ideas!

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