Last Minute Fun: Easter Dinner Conversation Starters

Published On March 29, 2013 | By Brandie Valenzuela | DIY, Fun, Holiday

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With Easter fast approaching, you might be realizing that you don’t have the time to make all the cute Easter crafts you pinned on Pinterest. Or you’re already saying “maybe next year” to those perfectly decorated Easter cookies. I know I have all sort of ideas and plans when it comes to the holidays, but as they roll around, reality sets in that it’s just not going to happen.

If you still want to do something fun and different this Easter, I’ve got an idea for you that is super easy: Easter DinnerĀ ConversationĀ Starters. This free printable activity is fun for all ages, won’t make a mess in the house before the company arrives, and it’s something the kids can easily help with if you are busy with church functions or cooking your Easter dinner.

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To use the the free printable Easter Dinner Conversation Starters, you start with first printing them out. You can use any paper you have on hand, although I personally prefer something a bit thicker, like cardstock. After printing, just cut out each of the conversation starters. They include topics such as:

  • What is your earliest Easter memory?
  • What Easter tradition do you enjoy the most?
  • What’s your favorite Easter candy?

After cutting out the conversation starters, I like to place each one in a plastic Easter egg and then place all of the eggs in an Easter basket. The basket can then be used as a table centerpiece or to place in another area, like a coffee table, if you wish to use them before or after dinner. Of course, if you wish, you can simply place the strips in any jar, glass or bowl.

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Get your free printable download here: Easter Dinner Conversation Starters

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Wife, mom, writer, and food blogger in Las Vegas who loves cooking, baking, modern day recipe keeping and making memories in the kitchen.

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