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Published: 30th March 2017

Our entrants shared photos of their kids’ decorated Easter eggs for a prize of a family ticket for a London Duck Tour


Thank you so much to all of you who entered the competition for your hard work and creativity. Please scroll down to see the brilliant entries. The final winner has been chosen by Emmy winning comedy writer, David Quantick. Very well done indeed to Sasha for her creation, Egg Sheeran, which David thought was ‘funny, nicely made and very colourful’.


And thank you for judging, David. If you would like to be involved in David’s new novel ‘Go West’, he’s crowdfunding. Click for details here.

Egg Competition winner and runner up



Egg Competition entries



Easter Egg comp examples

Some fun ideas of how to decorate your eggs

More Easter Egg Examples

More ideas…

Even more examples of easter eggs

london duck tours

London Duck Tours, an official K-Rated attraction © London Duck Tours

Hop aboard one of London Duck Tours’ distinctive yellow vehicles and enter the wonderful world of amphibious travel. It’s way more exciting than an ordinary sightseeing bus tour or river trip. See London’s most talked about sights, learn amazing facts and be entertained by an action packed live commentary before the thrilling splashdown onto the river Thames!

To enter : simply upload photos of your children’s decorated eggs via the KidRated Uploader OR share them to our Facebook Page


Upload the photos via our uploader, following the same instructions for uploading a KidRated review.






Just head over to our Facebook page to share your pics with KidRated there.




Terms & Conditions:

All Entries must be submitted by 18th April 2017
Family ticket is valid for 4 people.


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