Timeliness is a virtue

Let’s just say I’m extending Easter by posting about it one week late…

Normally Easter Sunday here consists of throwing a few Easter eggs around and calling it a hunt. Thanks to Not Martha’s timely post on papier-mache easter eggs, this year we took a different route.

It was a lot of effort for five minutes of destruction, but I think it was worth it for the smell of Clag alone. Who knew that the smell of a water and flour paste would bring back memories of Primary School? I feel it’s probably appropriate at this point to point out that I didn’t eat Clag as a kid, and I wasn’t even a little tempted to eat some while making the piñata.

Next time (and there will be a next time), I’ll probably use fewer layers of newspaper and use a slightly less ‘Toy Story ball‘ colour scheme. It’d also probably be a good idea to put in lollies and toys that were a bit lighter than the solid eggs we put in this one; in the end we needed to use four anchor points to hold the weight of the piñata. However, we were still able to give it a bash, break it open and get the contents, and that’s all that matters really.

Hope everyone’s Easter breaks were, or continue to be, nice and relaxing!

4 Responses to “Timeliness is a virtue”

  1. jules Says:

    Love it! I dig your commitment to Easter ; ) xx

  2. bells Says:

    oh that is so cool. I love it. I have seen the way a pinata brings such joy to small people. Great work!

  3. Leonie Says:

    Love the egg, it is awesome! I think I’ll have to go trawling your blog each year to think about how to clebrate Christmas and Easter LOL!!!

  4. Lynne Says:

    What a great idea – thanks for sharing. We had a hunt – GS#1’s first.

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