Sunday, March 27, 2016

Easter Egg Hunt in the Park!

I really enjoy yarnbombing for occasion. I don't really care what occasion, it just seems like a great way to come up with a theme to yarnbomb.

This year, I started early on easter eggs and managed to make 11! (I have so much school going on right now, it's hard to get any crafting done)

I decided to leave them around a local park for the kids. The weather hasn't been that great, so I was worried about them getting wet, but it's been reasonably dry today. I'm going to go back to the park after easter weekend is over to see if any of the eggs remain.

I tagged a couple of them with my url, so that people could maybe come read about the eggs!

The first one I hid was this bright yellow one, on the tennis court.

It's like a tennis ball! But it really wouldn't work very well as a tennis ball.
The next one I hid in a tree!

Cause that's where eggs come from right? :)

                                                            Spot the egg in this one!
It's the same kind of colors as the climbing-go-round.

Cute teeter tooter and swing set eggs

I put one in this strange digging dish. You can see the hand digger in the background.
I don't know if you can put the ground dirt in the dish with the digger, but those digger's were super fun when I was a kid.

 This adorable red egg was one of my favorites.

Here it is in the wheel (tire?) swing!

I really enjoy this cute lil bench one.

Lastly, this rail egg. 

Technically, there are two eggs in this picture :)

Well, that's about it! I had fun leaving these eggs all over the park! I hope they found happy homes. They were a blast to make too. Happy Bunny Chocolate Day!