Photos of several of my grandchildren at their Easter egg hunt this year. The eggs across the bottom were an image I found online that I cut out with the Cameo. Title font is a really old Quik Kutz font called Merry. The date is also old Quik Kutz dies. I added some sticker from Paper Studio and Doodlebug designs to embellish. The part of the title "for an Easter Egg Hunt" was computer generated and cut out. The grass border is a Memory Box die. I also added some washi tape across the top and down the right hand side of the layout. The green background paper is MME, I believe (it's really old stuff from my stash!). The journaling was printed out and attached to the back of the layout because it was too much to put on the front. LOL! It reads:
On Easter 2021, Jacob and Allen were 16 years old, Helen Grace was 15 years old, and Pierce was 9 years old. We decided to have an Easter egg hunt this year because we haven't had one in a few years. I think you older kids thought you were too old for an Easter egg hunt. I also think you enjoyed it more than you thought you would. We had bought plastic eggs that we put candy in (footballs for Allen, green camouflage for Jacob, blue camouflage for Helen Grace, and baseballs for Pierce. You were only allowed to find "your" eggs. Once everyone had found their eggs, then they could look for the golden egg which had $10 in it. Allen found the golden egg (really fast) Did you overhear me say where I'd hidden it, Allen? LOL! I LOVED watching you all hunt eggs!