Things have seemed a little strange in the run-up to Easter this year, normally packed supermarkets with people bustling around desperate to buy as much chocolate as possible and the fluffiest chick decorations for their Easter Cake.
We’ve all been affected by this, globally, the Mr Lee’s team included. So we thought we’d try and find something a bit fun and different to do with our families this Easter, using things we can find around the house. We will take you through the simple steps to make a Mr Lee’s Easter Basket, watch the video here, or follow the steps below.
You will need a Mr Lee’s cup - so get munching on those delicious noodles, and a piece of ribbon.
Step Two: You’ll also need some equipment, and an adult to help. A stapler, some scissors, a ruler and a pencil.
Step Three: Measure out a 30cm piece of ribbon with your ruler and pencil, and cut to size.
Step Four: Place about 2cm of ribbon inside the cup and staple in place. Then repeat on the other side.
Step Five: Fill with chocolate eggs!
If you haven’t had a chance to get chocolate eggs for an Easter Hunt, what about a treasure hunt finding other things around the garden? If you have more pots at home, you can make a range of colours and share them with family and friends. Or try some of our other creative ideas to reuse your Mr Lee’s pots; including making bunny ears, a game for the garden or planting some seeds.
Thanks to Little Ducklings for the brilliant photos!