Zero waste Easter egg hunt

Tiny Trash Can zero waste Easter egg huntWe celebrated Easter with not one but TWO Easter egg hunts 😃

I filled a dozen eggs with package-free jelly beans and natural gummy candies from Épicerie LOCO then hid them around our yard. I’ve had these plastic eggs for years, acquired from friends and family when my son was little. I reuse them every year 👍

Tiny Trash Can zero waste Easter egg hunt

And as part of a family tradition my son started last year, he staged an Easter egg hunt for me, hiding a dozen eggs in the kitchen before I woke up this morning 😊

Tiny Trash Can zero waste Easter egg hunt

He filled them with pretty rocks and special coupons. Some of the coupons I can't wait to redeem: He makes me dinner (quesadillas, pizza or Alfredo pasta 😋) and 30 minutes of cuddle time 🤗

Tiny Trash Can zero waste Easter egg hunt

We collected our eggs in compostable egg cartons I kept from recent grocery store runs. We'll save these awhile longer to start our garden seeds before composting them 😉

And we didn't forget our cat Milo! 🐈 We put some catnip in an Easter egg and hid it. Milo went crazy for it 😜 I think we accidentally discovered the best cat toy ever! 😂

Tiny Trash Can zero waste Easter egg hunt

Happy zero waste Easter from our family to yours!

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