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JOIN THE EASTER EGG HUNT!

You might have heard that people all over the world are colouring rainbows and putting them in their windows to spread hope and positivity. 

With Easter approaching, I thought some households might like to put some Easter cheer in their windows as well.

Kids in Melbourne can do Easter egg hunts a little differently this year - and spy these around the neighbourhood :)

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Easter is going to be very different this year, with many of us unable to spend it with our loved ones. A little colour in our windows will help remind us that we're all in this together and we will get through this. 

The good news is that the Easter bunny's work is considered essential (says NZ's PM Jacinda Ardern) but kids should know that it will be difficult for the Easter bunny to get around this year and she may not be able to make it to every house. 

I'd love to see pics of your coloured eggs, or any that you spy in your neighbourhood! Share them with me on Facebook, or by email: [email protected]

If you'd like to join the rainbow trend, click here to download my stay safe rainbow poster

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