A Nest of Essential Easter Eggs from Cadbury
What do you do at Easter time? I remember when I was little we used to spend hours trying to make pretty dyed easter eggs with real chicken eggs. If you want eggs that will last, first you have to pierce a couple of holes in the eggs – one at either end, and then blow the content out into a jug or bowl. Then, you are left with a shell you can paint or dye.
There’s an easier route which is to hard boil your eggs, wrapped up in lace or with fresh leaves pressed to the shell and then wrapped up in fine muslin or similar, with onion skin in the water. I seem to remember that gives you a lovely yellow shell with the imprint of whatever you’ve used to decorate your egg.
Anyway, with this lovely hamper of Easter Eggs, you will have plenty of gifts for friends and family. The Cadbury Essential Easter Egg Collection has a range of Eggs that you can give away or keep
Contains: 1 x 277g Cadbury Variety Large Easter Egg, 1 x 307g Cadbury Roses Large Egg, 1 x 167g Cadbury Crunchie Medium Egg, 1 x 101g Buttons Egg with Monkey Soft Toy, 1 x 117g Cadbury Creme Egg 3 Pack, 1 x 251g Cadbury Mini Eggs Treatsize Bag, 1 x 229g Cadbury Easter Egg Trail Pack, 2 x 77g Cadbury Eggheads in a Cadbury Purple Organza Gift Bag, 1 x 100g Cadbury Creme Egg Minis Bag.
If you can’t wait to see if you are lucky enough to win, you can buy this from Cadbury Direct for just £30
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