Stuck for things to do this Easter while we’re all confined indoors? Don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to keep yourself and the family entertained while staying safe. We’ve picked out 3 online events that are guaranteed to brighten up your Easter activities. Let’s take a look…

Make a paper Easter flower wreath | Tue 30 Mar | 2.30pm | £5

On Tuesday 30 March, Worcestershire Federation of Womens Institutes tutor Felicity Jennings will be running an online workshop showing you how to create your own Easter flower wreath out of paper. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an arts and crafts pro or a complete beginner, with this simple and easy to follow workshop you’ll be able to brighten up your home with a colourful Easter-themed wreath in an event that’s designed to be fun and easy for everyone in the family to enjoy. The workshop will start at 2.30pm and tickets can be bought by following the link below.

Learn how to stitch a woven Easter Egg | Thu 1 Apr | Noon | £20

As part of Leeds-based marker and artist Agnis Smallwood’s Mini-Makes at Midday web-series, viewers can tune in to learn how to create their own colourful woven Easter egg decorations. Within this hour-long session, Smallwood will be on-hand to show you how to stitch and weave yarns, wrap your eggs and even answer any burning craft questions you may have. Tickets are priced at £20, with supplies kits sent out to you before the event takes place. To secure your place, simply follow the link below.

Create your own needle felt art with The Wildlife Trust | Sat 10 Apr | 10.30am | £10

If you’re looking for more of a challenge during the Easter break, The Wildlife Trust’s virtual felting workshop could be perfect for you. By the end of the event you will have made your own toadstool needle felted painting, framed in an embroidery hoop. For this workshop, you will need to purchase a few materials beforehand, all of which are listed on their Eventbrite page. The workshop will start at 10.30am on Saturday 10 April and tickets can be bought via the link below.

Tue 23 Feb
Words:
Olivia Handley
Published on:
Tue 23 Feb 2021