Easter is almost here!
Today is Maundy Thursday, an important part of the Christian high Holy Week. Tomorrow is Good Friday, marking the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and Sunday is Easter, or Resurrection Sunday.
Are you coloring eggs for Easter?
Egg decorating is a treasured tradition in Christian homes around the world. From dyeing to decoupage, stickers to stenciling, ribbons to ruffles, and marbling to merry mayhem, coloring Easter eggs is a highlight of this spring holiday for many.
Take a look at some of these helpful how-to’s for this EGG-citing Easter craft.
- Creative and Simple Easter Egg Decorating – Cindy Camack-Ince
- Easter Traditions - How to Dye Your Own Easter Eggs – Linda Ann Nickerson
- No Sew Felt Easter Egg Crafts – Angela W. LaFon
- Unusual Easter Egg Decorating Ideas – Jennifer Claerr
- Where to Find Easter Egg Holders Online – Angel Vee
Once you’ve dyed or decorated your Easter eggs, here’s how to host your own egg hunt!
- 5 Easy Ways to Shake Up an Easter Egg Hunt – Lindsey Russell
- Host a Community Easter Egg Hunt – Monica Bullock
- How to Have a Fair Family Easter Egg Hunt for Everyone – C. Jeanne Heida
- Unique Easter Egg Hunt Ideas – Crystal Ray
What Easter egg crafts and customs does your family enjoy each year? Why not leave a comment with your holiday hints?
Happy Easter from Practically at Home!
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