Easter Bowling

Ukrainian Eggs

If you’re looking to do something a bit different this year with your Easter Eggs, you might want to check out some resources for Ukrainian Easter Eggs. You can make some amazing, detailed designs that really stand apart from the normal one or two color dyed eggs.

For those of us that avoid eggs for whatever reason, Peta has a short guide on an egg-free Easter with alternatives for dying and candy.

And the ever so clever folk at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories show how to make your very own Gelatin-free Peeps.

Easter Bowling

Get ten small toy ten-pins or use wooden clothes pins. Stand them upon end about six or eight inches apart in a line across the room. Use five colored eggs for the balls. A player kneels on one knee at a distance of four feet from the ten-pins and rolls the eggs, one after another toward the ten-pins, knocking down as many as he can. Then another player rolls the eggs and so on until all have taken a turn. Count is kept and the person knocking down the most ten-pins is the winner and receives a “Panorama egg” or some other appropriate prize.

Games for All Occasions by Mary E. Blain

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