|Written by Sandra R. Harris-Gompf|
Introduction: Great lovemaking comes from a slow buildup of intimate interactions.Â The tension of waiting is pleasurable and the end result is ecstatic.Â Why shouldnâ€™t giving an Easter gift to your loved one be any different?Â You can mirror the steps of lovemaking in gift giving by having a treasure hunt for the perfect piece of jewelry, the most seductive fragrance, the sexiest article of clothing or the hottest pair of shoes.Â Why not celebrate Easter with a treasure hunt for adults?
Things Youâ€™ll Need:
Gift boxes (bargain prices at Dollar Tree)
Easter themed paper napkins
Scissors (to cut ribbon)
Ribbon (pastel colored ribbon will match the paper) and bows
Hot melt glue and glue gun
White glue and a paint brush
Pen and paper for love notes
A gift: jewelry, fragrance, clothing, shoes, etc.
Step One: Buy supplies and the gift.Â Small oval gift boxes echo the shape of Easter eggs and can be bought at a reasonable price.Â Theyâ€™re also easier to hide.
Step Two: Decorate the gift boxes. Â Â Trace the gift box lid onto the Easter wrapping paper.Â Cut out the oval and glue it to the top of the lid.Â Use the glue gun to hot melt glue the ribbon around the circumference of the lid.Â Little dots of glue place 1 Â˝ inches apart work better than a line of glue.Â Â Attach a bow to the side of the box.
Step Three: Write love notes with clues to place in the boxes.Â Number your love notes as you write them.Â Note number one should have a clue that leads to box number two.Â Note number two leads to box number three and so on.Â Put Easter candy in each box and the Easter gift in the last box.
Step Four: Hide the boxes.Â Look at the numbered notes to make sure you hide them in the order of the clues.
Step Five: Give your love the first box and watch the excitement of the hunt.Â Be sure to get a kiss after each box is found!Â That is how to celebrate Easter with a treasure hunt for adults!
Write poems for the treasure hunt clues.Â They can follow the â€śroses are redâ€ť format.Â If poetry isnâ€™t your forte, find love poems on the Internet, print them out and write your clues underneath the poem.
Good hiding places are usually overhead or low to the floor.Â Anything hid at eye level will be found fast.
Boxes can also be hidden at different friendâ€™s houses with the last one in its hiding place back home.Â Everyone will admire your romantic idea of how to celebrate Easter with a treasure hunt.