Win a Pop’lol Prize Pack perfect for Easter Craft Activities


The Easter school holidays are the perfect time to try your hand at some fun art and craft.  Whether you are staying home, or off on an adventure, keep your Pop’lol colouring pens with you for some creative fun!


poplol prize packFeaturing a choice of thirty fabulous colours, Pilot Pen’s Pop’lol range features vivid and vibrant gel ink in a selection of metallic, pastels and bold colours that will make your artwork pop!  The gel is so rich in tint you can even use Pop’lol on dark backgrounds and it will still stand out in stunning detail.


The ink has been especially designed to dry quickly so you can avoid messy smudges. Plus it’s acid-free which prevents it from fading out, so you can keep your artistic creations forever and they’ll look as good as new.


We are giving you the chance to win a Pop’lol prize pack packed with 16 x Pop’lol pens valued at $47


To win, simply comment below telling us your favourite Easter Craft Activities. 


By entering you agree to the following terms and conditions.
The competition starts 23 March and ends at midnight on the 3rd April. There will be 1 individual winner of the prize as detailed above. You can enter as many times as you want. All entries will be judged on skill and chance takes no place in the judging process. Entry is only open to Australian Residents. Winners will be notified by Monday 9th April.


  1. Making bunnies out of toilet paper rolls and paper plates. We love to decorate the bunnies in either paint or paste different colour shapes on the paper to making it more unique.

  2. I love to do Easter bunny piñata with the kids by using recycled cardboard, to do 3D bunny, filled with chocolate eggs. The kids enjoy doing our homemade piñata and the fun continues with hitting the piñata and in our game of “raining Easter eggs”. Nothing like a game we do it right from scratch. Love Easter crafts and games. Always EGGciting!!

  3. home made easter chocolates for family and friends requires the children to decorate snaplock bags with easter themes – they have so much fun

  4. We love all arts and craft activities, the messier the better!
    Today we have spent the afternoon writing Easter cards to send to family & friends. There has been bunny drawings, lots of stamping and stickers galore. Sending love and arty surprises is our favourite thing to do at Easter after some sneaky nibbling on choc. Now its off to the post box.

  5. At the start of the Easter weekend, I’ll cover a table with a big piece of blank paper and the kids will cover it in Easter drawings so it can be our ‘table cloth’ for Easter Sunday. Keeps them busy!

  6. my 2 girls love making easter rabbit masks with paper plates and different coloured cardboard for ears, egg carton for nose.

  7. A few kids come around, tables set up with different activities. A trunk with dress ups of rabbit outfits, making chocolate crackles with marshmallow bunny faces, pin the fluffy tail on the bunny, making a rabbit ears hat from different craft materials. Chocolate egg moulds decorated 100 & 1000s, traditional egg hunt and to finish drawing and coloring rabbit pictures.

  8. The night before we put rabbit footprints on the floor and leading to the easter eggs, put a plate of carrots out. We draw a map for the easter egg hunt to. In the morning as a family we watch rabbit shows and eat hot cross buns, lunch fish and salad, drawing on a big paper rabbits then colouring them in.

  9. Dedicating all of Easter Saturday to hand painting hard boiled eggs, ready for Easter Sunday, where before our huge family feast we play the eggs off one against another, until we have one very hard headed egg who becomes the annual champion, residing in Nan’s cabinet of Easter glory. These pens will come in so handy to me!!!

  10. Gingerbread Easter Bunnies, my girls love making then baking, and then decorating them specially for each family member that we see over the Easter weekend. It’s become a Daddy/Daughter thing, while Mummy/Wife goes and does her Easter Bunny duties, sorting out the eggs.

  11. We love making sock bunnies to scatter through the yard. With Easter baskets made of paddle pop sticks beside them and a handmade card. We then invite our neighbours over, for their kids to take away. The sock bunnies find new homes, becoming everlasting child’s play.

  12. We cut up soft drink bottles and turn them into rabbit shaped containers, paint them and fill them up with Easter Eggs. The kids love them and a great idea for gifts

  13. We’ll be making Easter pinatas, easter-egg shaped, covered in bright crepe paper fringes and filled with lots of chocolate eggs.

  14. This year, we’ll be doing a new activity we’re all very excited about: helping the Easter Bilby paint and decorate eggs, then helping him deliver these (along with chocolate ones!) around our regional locale. This is a programme aimed at raising conservation awareness and is also great for community spirit… and gets kids involved in generating both!

  15. Pom poms!! Big, small and in between. It’s something the kids Nan started when they were little, making them a pom pom egg, now they love making them every year to give to Nan. It sounds silly, but is really very sweet and keeps us all amused.

  16. We love Easter baskets for the Easter Bunny to leave the chocolate Easter eggs in we have so much fun it’s magical

  17. We love making Easter baskets for the Easter Bunny to leave the chocolates Easter eggs in we have so much fun it’s magical

  18. Every year, we decorate boiled eggs with pens and roll them down the hill. There is a prize for best decorated and the egg which rolls the furthest (without smashing). It is a family craft activity passed down each generation.

  19. My kids love playing with paint- so Easter Sunday they spend decorating and painting Easter themed plaster of paris shapes.
    We sprinkle glitter and add sequins and bows- it’s a wonderfully calming afternoon activity!

  20. I love carrying on the traditions of my Greek heritage with my children just as my Grandmother did. Dyeing the eggs red & making the Greek Easter biscuits known as ‘koulouria’ bring back the most wonderful memories for me, and hopefully, create precious ones for my kiddies.

  21. Making little easter eggs and decorating them with paint, glitter and glue! So fun, keeping the little ones entertained for hours!

  22. Our favorite easter craft, would be ‘coloured windows’.
    1. Cut a large easter shape (egg, bunny, etc) on A4 paper.
    2. Use tissue paper or cellophane to stick to one side.
    3. Stick to a window.
    Great colour easy idea.

  23. We love organising an Easter Egg Hunt for our younger cousins. We draw up a map and mark where all the eggs are hidden then the bigger kids hide the eggs and help the little ones find them!

  24. Making boiled eggs and having the grandkids decorate them with colour pens,glue on thread and paper and googly eyes

  25. Craft pens are great for bringing the family together during quiet time. The pens come out, along with craft glue, stickers and glitter. And then the creativity begins.

  26. I love making a small garden out of cardboard, paper, cotton wool, etc with the grandkids and then we decorate it with rabbits, bilbys and carrots

  27. The Easter tradition in our family is making home made Easter baskets and hats ready for the big Easter egg hunt Sunday morning

  28. The kids and I love making Easter Egg Cookies and Cupcakes. They make a massive mess but have the best fun decorating!

  29. I love making bunny masks with the grandkids using paper plates, colour pens, glitter, silver foil and cotton wool.

  30. We make maracas using plastic spoons taped either side of a plastic egg (like you use to hide chocolate in) filled with uncooked rice. They make great music and are easy for little hands to shake around!

  31. We love egg carton creations, chickens, caterpillars, bunnies too! You can make anything with enough imagination 🙂

  32. I have the grandkids help me make bunnies and chickens out of crepe paper, cotton wool, tinsel, googly eyes, colour pens, cardboard and glitter.

  33. I like decorating eggs in the old tradition where you draw on them with wax and then dip them in dye. The egg is then coloured in the areas where the wax isn’t.

  34. We love getting the craft boxes out of the storage room and making our own decorations and cards for family and friends.

  35. We collect all the foil from eggs and bunnies to make shimmering, glittering pictures and use a black permanent marker to outline and make our figures stand out!

  36. I have the grandkids make easter baskets using egg cartons, cardboard, colour pens, glue and fabric remnants. The baskets hold four eggs to six eggs and the kids love using their imaginations to comemup with different patterns.

  37. With my help the grandkids make easter cards for mum, dad, each other and their cousins. They use empty cereal boxes, glue, paper, crepe paper, buttons, cotton wool, wool, colour pens, glitter, stamps, stickers and anything else we can find in the craft box. ?


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