This Easter we've got another super fun and free DIY to keep you and your little ones busy like bees. Our Ricemonster Pebble Easter Eggs are such a fun activity to make and play together, or for little monsters to get stuck in to on their own. Making them will help improve fine motor skills and encorage their creativity and imagination too. And, once they're made, you can play with them over and over again! Easter Egg hunts, story pebbles, little dolls... It's a great craft activity for indoor or outdoor play this Easter.

Scroll down to find out how to get started.

Follow these super simple steps:

 You'll need some pebbles - these are super fun to collect and forage with little monsters when you're out for walks. You'll need some paint, we used acrylic paint as it's nice and thick. And you'll need a brush!

1. Next, choose your models. Decide on which Ricemonsters you want to paint on to your pebbles. Visit our Character page for lots of beautiful pictures as well as some info about each Ricemonster to help you decide.

2. Time to paint! This is the really fun part.

3. That's it! Leave your pebbles to dry somewhere for a while and then you can start playing!  

Can you name which character's we've picked for our pebble eggs? Ricesurimi, Ricelemon, Ricecrunch, Ricebaba, Ricecracker, Riceapple, Ricedino, Ricejam and Ricecarrot!

If you want to find out more about the characters you roll, head to our character pages. They're full of exciting facts and cute animations telling you all about each Ricemonster's personality, likes and dislikes. You can also find out where they live and explore the funny and sweet world of Ricetown. 

Don't forget to tag us in your photos using @noodoll. We love seeing your amazing DIY creations! Make sure to follow us on all our social channels for more fun things to do. We're on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. If you're uploading to your Instagram feed, don't forget to use #mynoodoll, to be entered into our monthly competition. Each month we give a free Ricemonster to our favourite Noodoll photo. You can read more by clicking here

Thanks for playing along everyone - we're so happy you're all enjoying this activity! Check out some of the amazing creations so far - you guys rock!