Have you ever been ‘egging’ before?
No, not that kind ‘egging’. I have never done that before.
Right mom? :)
I’m talking about ‘egging’ your neighbor or friend’s houses with plastic eggs filled with goodies. Last year I used this free printable from Eighteen 25. But, now that I have a place to share my printables, I have created one with a little more fun added to it.
All you need to do is…
1) Print out this free 8.5×11 printable.
2) Fill a bunch of plastic eggs with candy or other goodies.
3) Figure out when your neighbor or friend will be gone for a bit.
4) Have your kiddos spread plastic eggs all over their yard and then leave the note on their door!
You could just add candy, but if you really like your neighbor or friend, then you could add some special things to some of the eggs and let them know on the note what they should be looking for!
Some ideas would be….
Dimes, Quarters, $1 Bills (or more if you roll like that).
Gift Certificates (you could just add one $2 or $3 certificate to a favorite ice cream shop or it could be a homemade one that is good for a batch of homemade cookies).
Or just add bigger candy in some of them.
If you just want to do jelly beans, then just cut off the bottom!
My kids had so much fun doing this last year! We went to my bff’s house while her son was at baseball practice. The fun part for us was that our other bff, lives right next door, so I recruited her kids to come out and help us spread the eggs. We put them in trees, on the deck, under the deck. I added four $1 bills to four of the eggs and they loved finding the money! My friend pretty much knew it was me that ‘egged’ her, but you could make it anonymous if you wanted to. Or you could add your name to the note.
If you’d like to take your kids ‘egging’ then download and print the printable below on 8.5×11.
Click here or on the image below to download.