It's fair to say that Easter is going to be a little different this year. With stay at home advice still applying, the option to go for that Easter day out just isn't viable. Worry not, as you can still make Easter fun for the kids by making your very own Easter eggs, and it won't even cost you a lot.
Make Your Own Easter Eggs With The Kids
Hobbycraft sell a Large Easter Egg Mould for just £1.20, and it can be used over and over. It comes in two halves so you just fix them together to create a full chocolate egg.
They are easy to use as you just need to fill the moulds with melted chocolate and let them set. You can make them as thick as you like, and use whatever chocolate you like.
As Hobbycraft are experiencing delays on their orders due to high volumes, orders may take up to 21 days to arrive.
If you're not willing to wait then you can get different ones off on eBay* from as little as £4.39 delivered.