Easter is just around the corner, and there’s no better time to start thinking about how you’re going to celebrate!
Whether you’re planning an Easter egg hunt, attending a church service, or spending time with family and friends, make sure your holiday is special with these creative celebration tips and ideas. And don’t forget the Easter bunny – he always makes everything more fun!
Dye Easter eggs using natural ingredients like onion skins, turmeric, and beets
Easter is an important celebration, and many families like to commemorate the occasion by dyeing easter eggs in an array of vibrant colors. An added bonus of this tradition is that you can create these hues with natural ingredients like onion skins, turmeric, and beets!
The best part is that the process is easy and doesn’t require much time – just boiling your easter blanket items of choice in water with a little bit of vinegar or lemon juice. Once the eggs are brightly painted you can display them in artistic egg-stras or give them away as gifts to friends and family as a token symbolizing friendship and love.
Make an Easter egg tree by hanging dyed eggs from a branches
An Easter egg tree is a fun, festive way to add a decorative touch to the holiday. To make an egg tree, simply hang dyed eggs from the branches of a tree or bush.
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You can use either real dyed eggs or plastic ones to hang depending on what you prefer. The string can be used to tie the eggs to the branches, and also provides an opportunity for creative design as you can create patterns with the string.
For added visual appeal, think about using ribbon or fabric of different colors and materials around your Egg Tree to really make it stand out. This cute DIY project is a great addition to any Easter celebration!
Fill Easter baskets with items other than candy, such as small toys or books
Easter baskets are traditional gifts perfect for almost any kid or adult. When looking to craft the perfect Easter basket, try to avoid candy and fill it with unique items, such as small toys or books. Smaller toys, such as action figures or Colorforms, can provide hours of fun for the recipient.
Books are great for kids and adults alike; if in doubt, consider a fiction title and maybe a magazine subscription for older kids. In any case, filling an Easter basket with non-candy items is sure to bring joy to the recipient this holiday season!
Get together with friends or family for an Easter potluck dinner
Gather your family and best friends around the table this Easter, and create a potluck dinner that everyone can enjoy! Celebrate the holiday with a delicious feast filled with food provided by each of your guests.
If your loved ones aren’t able to come, there are plenty of creative ways to organize a virtual potluck so that everyone can join in on the fun – whether it be through video conferencing or sharing recipes digitally. Whatever the occasion, an Easter potluck dinner is sure to bring joy and happiness to you and all those you choose to celebrate with!
Have an Easter egg hunt in your backyard or at a local park
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With Easter around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about fun activities you can do with your family. An Easter egg hunt is the perfect family-friendly event that will provide hours of entertainment. Get ready to have some fun in your own backyard or a nearby park!
Gather brightly colored eggs and small prizes that can be hidden around the yard or park, such as stickers and candies. Depending on the size of your group, think ahead of time so you can adjust the number of eggs you need to hide. Make sure there are enough for everyone!
Once everyone has gathered at the designated spot, set a timer and let the hunt begin! Not only will it provide great laughter and entertainment for all but it will create precious memories for years to come.
What a great way to spend the upcoming holiday. Easter is a special time to gather with family and friends while having some creative fun.
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Not only will dyeing your eggs with natural ingredients, making an egg tree, filling Easter baskets with non-candy items, having a potluck dinner, and hosting an egg hunt make wonderful memories – but it will also create less waste and be more cost-effective.
Why not consider these easy yet meaningful activities to celebrate this upcoming Easter in your home? With so many options available, why not pop open the bottle of bubbly and get ready for an afternoon of fun and festivities.