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5 Creative Places to Hide Easter Eggs Inside

It is that time of year, Easter is coming up fast and with that comes the fun of hiding Easter eggs. Whether you do a large family Easter egg hunt or just have a mini Easter egg hunt setup for your own children, here are 5 creative places to hide Easter Eggs inside to have a little family fun on Easter Sunday!

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Places to Hide Easter Eggs Inside Your Home

1. Hide Eggs in Obvious Spot

This is especially creative when working with little children on Easter egg hunts. Many times the older children will be too busy seeking Easter eggs in difficult areas that they will overlook that Easter egg hidden right on the counter top in plain view.

2. Hide Eggs in Home Décor

Do you have home décor that allows for a space to hide that Easter Egg? Such as towel racks, paper towel holders, cook jars that have an open top, vases that are not being used for flowers, etc. Hide decorated Easter eggs in home décor that will only let the child see it when they peer down into the container or home décor item.

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Easter eggs in a plant

3. Hide Eggs underneath Beds

It may be a messy place underneath those beds of children, but it makes for a fantastic place to hide Easter eggs. It also serves a dual purpose, the kids will have to clean under their beds to get to the just barely visible Easter egg that’s hidden.

4. Hide Eggs inside Coat Pocket

Do you have a coat tree or coat rack where coats are hanging? Hiding Easter eggs inside pockets of hanging items makes for some fun hide-n-seek with Easter eggs.

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5. Hide Eggs in Household Appliances

Have a dishwasher, a dryer or a washer? Those are all fun household appliances that let you hide an Easter egg in for your Easter egg hunt.

There you have it, 5 creative places to hide Easter eggs inside when you are hosting an Easter Egg Hunt this holiday season for your family or a large gathering of people. The most creative way to hide Easter eggs inside for an Easter Egg Hunt is to think outside of the box and remember what age groups are participating in the Easter Egg Hunt.

Where do you hide Easter eggs inside your house?

Lyne Proulx
Lyne Proulxhttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne Proulx is a Certified WEBB Bodywork Pet Practitioner, Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. She loves all things Disney and is an avid teaholic and chocoholic. She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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  1. My husband always had a hoot hiding the eggs but sometimes he hid them a little to good and we would be finding them a week later or so, I love watching the littles searching for their eggs, it’s so cute!!

  2. I remember hiding Easter eggs for my own children when they were small. The weather was usually good enough to hide them outside. All 7 went crazy looking for them and had such fun. Memories 🙂

  3. I have four kids and am in charge of the Annual Easter Egg Hunt in our household. I love to get creative with my hiding places and have used many on the list. The dishwasher, though, is a great new idea!

  4. We are in trouble this year! We have zero furniture on the main floor as we are having our floors redone and new furniture! There is NO WHERE to hide eggs. We may have to resort to my bedroom and the office opposite my room. We’ll see how that flies!


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