Spreading Creativity - Easter egg winner

We've received some fantastic entries this week in our hunt for the most fun and creatively decorated Easter eggs!

16th April 2020

16th April 2020

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Mark Easby

Mark Easby

Mark Easby

Written by Mark Easby

We know Easter was different this year, but to keep minds busy and creative, we asked you to submit your most fun and well decorated eggs for the chance to win a £50 Hobbycraft voucher.

We had a difficult time choosing winners as the standard was so high. We were swamped with eggs of all shapes, sizes and characters ranging from Egg Sheeran to Disney Princesses. It was such a struggle that we decided to offer a first place and two runners up prizes. The two runners up were Caitlin's fantastically detailed Moana and Fabian's loveable pig. But the first prize goes to Lynnie's happy spring chicken, which just made us smile!

We’ll be in touch with both the winner and runners-up to make sure you can continue #SpreadingCreativity with £50 and £25 Hobbycraft vouchers respectively.

Thanks to everyone who took part. We had some excellent entries, with notable mentions to the tribute to #OurNHSPeople, PE with Joe Wicks, messages about 'No Poaching', famous musicians and plenty more!

Easter Egg Gallery

Take a look at some of the other amazing creative entries for our #SpreadingCreativity Easter egg activity.

#SpreadingCreativity - What's next

We’ll be announcing our next theme later in the week. Keep an eye on the blog, Twitter and Facebook for the next activity that will help spread positivity, unleash your family’s creativity and give you the chance to win some creative treats.

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