Archive for the ‘Easter’ Category

A Luncheon in White and Yellow

Saturday, March 1st, 2008
Kids Yellow

Use a large plateau or mirror for the centerpiece, in the center of which lay an irregular piece of real (or artificial) moss about and-half the diameter of the plateau (to represent an island.) Stick a few sprays of asparagus and maidenhair fern in it and a number of white and yellow spring flowers-the crocus, jonquil, daffodil, daisy and snowdrop. Cut the stem: of the Bowers in various lengths to give a better effect. Place a few (artificial) little fluffy chickens on the island and several downy ducklings in the surrounding lake (mirror.) Or use a vase of jonquils and daffodils for a center piece.

Easter Bowling

Friday, April 6th, 2007
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.

Egg Race

Thursday, April 5th, 2007
Easter Children

Although not technically a game – Easter candy is what all children are thinking when they think of Easter. Candy Blog gives you the skinny on tons of different candies and treats.

Crafty Daisies shows how to Hollow out and Easter egg for those that want some colored eggs that last much longer than their hard boiled counter parts.

And lastly Bitter Sweet has some crochet instructions for creating some very cute little Birds of Feather.

Matching Eggs

Wednesday, April 4th, 2007
Easter Kid’s

The Easter fun continues, did you find your Child like excitement yet?

More Easter Crafts and Games:


How to Start Easter Like a Kid Again

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007
Purple Easter Flowers

What is the best part about Easter?

As we ramp up towards the holiday, I think back on how exciting every holiday was as a child. It’s actually terribly disappointing that I no longer count down the days before each day in anticipation of the fun, candy, and presents.

So, as the week progresses I’m going to share some fun easter links and try to get back some of that blissful childhood wonder.

Here are some of the fun Easter links I’ve run across so far: