Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).

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Easter

without an Easter egg hunt? How boring! However, to make it really fun, you have to make a lot of effort hiding. We have 17 ideas for you to keep things going this Easter.

Important when hiding the Easter eggs: You have to adhere to the rules – in honor of all the fun.

The most important rules at a glance

  • Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).
  • Eggs may only be hidden where at least a small part of them can be seen. Eggs in a drawer or in a locked box are therefore taboo. You can, however, drape an egg in a glass showcase that you can easily look into.
  • People or pets as hiding places are allowed! You just shouldn’t move from the spot. Anyone who hides an egg in a hairstyle (see pictures) should do this with someone who remains seated in order to give all seekers the same chance to discover the egg.
  • Aids may be used! So double tape or a rubber ring to fix the egg are perfectly legitimate.
  • Important: Always write down exactly how many eggs have been hidden and possibly also the hiding places. This avoids the risk of not finding an egg until the summer.

Ideas for your egg hunt

News.at hid its eggs a little earlier this year to give you some inspiration for your own hiding action. The hiding spots vary in difficulty so that old and young alike have a chance. Look closely!

1. The fruit egg

© Susanne Jelinek

2. The coffee egg

© Susanne Jelinek

3. The camouflage egg

© Susanne Jelinek

4. The pot egg

© Susanne Jelinek

5. The egg-egg – almost as if freshly laid

© Susanne Jelinek

6. The breakfast table egg

© Susanne Jelinek

7. The controller egg

© Susanne Jelinek

8. The light bulb egg

© Susanne Jelinek

9. The Mucki Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

10. The Wuzzler Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

11. The wall egg

© Susanne Jelinek

12. The soft toy egg

© Susanne Jelinek

13. The candle egg

© Susanne Jelinek

14. The bun egg

© Susanne Jelinek

15. The wall egg, part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

16. The Wuzzler Egg, Part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

17.helo 123 The vase egg

© Susanne Jelinek

News.at wishes you happy searching – and hiding!

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Easter

without an Easter egg hunt? How boring! However, to make it really fun, you have to make a lot of effort hiding. We have 17 ideas for you to keep things going this Easter.

Important when hiding the Easter eggs: You have to adhere to the rules – in honor of all the fun.

The most important rules at a glance

  • Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).
  • Eggs may only be hidden where at least a small part of them can be seen. Eggs in a drawer or in a locked box are therefore taboo. You can, however, drape an egg in a glass showcase that you can easily look into.
  • People or pets as hiding places are allowed! You just shouldn’t move from the spot. Anyone who hides an egg in a hairstyle (see pictures) should do this with someone who remains seated in order to give all seekers the same chance to discover the egg.
  • Aids may be used! So double tape or a rubber ring to fix the egg are perfectly legitimate.
  • Important: Always write down exactly how many eggs have been hidden and possibly also the hiding places. This avoids the risk of not finding an egg until the summer.

Ideas for your egg hunt

News.at hid its eggs a little earlier this year to give you some inspiration for your own hiding action. The hiding spots vary in difficulty so that old and young alike have a chance. Look closely!

1. The fruit egg

© Susanne Jelinek

2. The coffee egg

© Susanne Jelinek

3. The camouflage egg

© Susanne Jelinek

4. The pot egg

© Susanne Jelinek

5. The egg-egg – almost as if freshly laid

© Susanne Jelinek

6. The breakfast table egg

© Susanne Jelinek

7. The controller egg

© Susanne Jelinek

8. The light bulb egg

© Susanne Jelinek

9. The Mucki Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

10. The Wuzzler Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

11. The wall egg

© Susanne Jelinek

12. The soft toy egg

© Susanne Jelinek

13. The candle egg

© Susanne Jelinek

14. The bun egg

© Susanne Jelinek

15. The wall egg, part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

16. The Wuzzler Egg, Part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

17. The vase egg

© Susanne Jelinek

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Easter

without an Easter egg hunt? How boring! However, to make it really fun, you have to make a lot of effort hiding. We have 17 ideas for you to keep things going this Easter.

Important when hiding the Easter eggs: You have to adhere to the rules – in honor of all the fun.

The most important rules at a glance

  • Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).
  • Eggs may only be hidden where at least a small part of them can be seen. Eggs in a drawer or in a locked box are therefore taboo. You can, however, drape an egg in a glass showcase that you can easily look into.
  • People or pets as hiding places are allowed! You just shouldn’t move from the spot. Anyone who hides an egg in a hairstyle (see pictures) should do this with someone who remains seated in order to give all seekers the same chance to discover the egg.
  • Aids may be used! So double tape or a rubber ring to fix the egg are perfectly legitimate.
  • Important: Always write down exactly how many eggs have been hidden and possibly also the hiding places. This avoids the risk of not finding an egg until the summer.

Ideas for your egg hunt

News.at hid its eggs a little earlier this year to give you some inspiration for your own hiding action. The hiding spots vary in difficulty so that old and young alike have a chance. Look closely!

1. The fruit egg

© Susanne Jelinek

2. The coffee egg

© Susanne Jelinek

3. The camouflage egg

© Susanne Jelinek

4. The pot egg

© Susanne Jelinek

5. The egg-egg – almost as if freshly laid

© Susanne Jelinek

6. The breakfast table egg

© Susanne Jelinek

7. The controller egg

© Susanne Jelinek

8. The light bulb egg

© Susanne Jelinek

9. The Mucki Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

10. The Wuzzler Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

11. The wall egg

© Susanne Jelinek

12. The soft toy egg

© Susanne Jelinek

13. The candle egg

© Susanne Jelinek

14. The bun egg

© Susanne Jelinek

15. The wall egg, part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

16. The Wuzzler Egg, Part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

17. The vase egg

© Susanne Jelinek

News.at wishes you happy searching – and hiding!

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Easter

without an Easter egg hunt? How boring! However, to make it really fun, you have to make a lot of effort hiding. We have 17 ideas for you to keep things going this Easter.

Important when hiding the Easter eggs: You have to adhere to the rules – in honor of all the fun.

The most important rules at a glance

  • Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).
  • Eggs may only be hidden where at least a small part of them can be seen. Eggs in a drawer or in a locked box are therefore taboo. You can, however, drape an egg in a glass showcase that you can easily look into.
  • People or pets as hiding places are allowed! You just shouldn’t move from the spot. Anyone who hides an egg in a hairstyle (see pictures) should do this with someone who remains seated in order to give all seekers the same chance to discover the egg.
  • Aids may be used! So double tape or a rubber ring to fix the egg are perfectly legitimate.
  • Important: Always write down exactly how many eggs have been hidden and possibly also the hiding places. This avoids the risk of not finding an egg until the summer.

Ideas for your egg hunt

News.at hid its eggs a little earlier this year to give you some inspiration for your own hiding action. The hiding spots vary in difficulty so that old and young alike have a chance. Look closely!

1. The fruit egg

© Susanne Jelinek

2. The coffee egg

© Susanne Jelinek

3. The camouflage egg

© Susanne Jelinek

4. The pot egg

© Susanne Jelinek

5. The egg-egg – almost as if freshly laid

© Susanne Jelinek

6. The breakfast table egg

© Susanne Jelinek

7. The controller egg

© Susanne Jelinek

8. The light bulb egg

© Susanne Jelinek

9. The Mucki Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

10. The Wuzzler Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

11. The wall egg

© Susanne Jelinek

12. The soft toy egg

© Susanne Jelinek

13. The candle egg

© Susanne Jelinek

14. The bun egg

© Susanne Jelinek

15. The wall egg, part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

16. The Wuzzler Egg, Part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

17. The vase egg

© Susanne Jelinek

News.at wishes you happy searching – and hiding!

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Easter

without an Easter egg hunt? How boring! However, to make it really fun, you have to make a lot of effort hiding. We have 17 ideas for you to keep things going this Easter.

Important when hiding the Easter eggs: You have to adhere to the rules – in honor of all the fun.

The most important rules at a glance

  • Before starting the search, you should announce the area in which the eggs are hidden (for example only in the living room or in the garden from the fence to the flower bed).
  • Eggs may only be hidden where at least a small part of them can be seen. Eggs in a drawer or in a locked box are therefore taboo. You can, however, drape an egg in a glass showcase that you can easily look into.
  • People or pets as hiding places are allowed! You just shouldn’t move from the spot. Anyone who hides an egg in a hairstyle (see pictures) should do this with someone who remains seated in order to give all seekers the same chance to discover the egg.
  • Aids may be used! So double tape or a rubber ring to fix the egg are perfectly legitimate.
  • Important: Always write down exactly how many eggs have been hidden and possibly also the hiding places. This avoids the risk of not finding an egg until the summer.

Ideas for your egg hunt

News.at hid its eggs a little earlier this year to give you some inspiration for your own hiding action. The hiding spots vary in difficulty so that old and young alike have a chance. Look closely!

1. The fruit egg

© Susanne Jelinek

2. The coffee egg

© Susanne Jelinek

3. The camouflage egg

© Susanne Jelinek

4. The pot egg

© Susanne Jelinek

5. The egg-egg – almost as if freshly laid

© Susanne Jelinek

6. The breakfast table egg

© Susanne Jelinek

7. The controller egg

© Susanne Jelinek

8. The light bulb egg

© Susanne Jelinek

9. The Mucki Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

10. The Wuzzler Egg

© Susanne Jelinek

11. The wall egg

© Susanne Jelinek

12. The soft toy egg

© Susanne Jelinek

13. The candle egg

© Susanne Jelinek

14. The bun egg

© Susanne Jelinek

15. The wall egg, part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

16. The Wuzzler Egg, Part 2

© Susanne Jelinek

17. The vase egg

© Susanne Jelinek

News.at wishes you happy searching – and hiding!