I baked a lot (a LOT!!) of egg shaped sugar cookies, just plain and undecorated. I let my kids each invite a friend or two, and one year it was a bunch of cousins who were visiting, for a cookie decorating party.
We spread out a huge disposable table cloth on the floor, and I provided lots of decorating supplies: cans of frosting, tubes of colored frosting gels, jelly beans, sprinkles, plastic knives and toothpicks (basically everything the craft store had in the Easter decorating aisle). The kids just decorated to their hearts' content. Some cookies were a blobby mess and some were so creative and fun. I was surprised how much they all enjoyed it.
Then we packed them up on paper plates and wrapped them in cellophane. We brought the cookies to the nursing home where their grandfather was and delivered them to the nurses' station. Some went to a local firehouse. A couple of plates went to a church family who had recently had a loss. And some plates went to elderly friends and family members. (I admit, I saved the youngest kids' blobby messes for the grandmother who was warned in advance and made the little kids feel so special as she looked at her cookie with half a pound of frosting globbed on top of it. She raved as though it was a Faberge egg!)
The kids had a great time showing off their creations and seeing the smiles on the faces of people who got the delicious treats.
We all came back to the house after our deliveries and I served ham sandwiches and gave the kids a new movie that they could watch with their friends.