Why buy chocolate Easter eggs from the store when you can make your own amazing treats at home? When you have control over the Easter eggs that you make, they're much more special! Here's how.
It is closing in on the time of year where the tradition of decorating Easter eggs and the massive egg hunt that follows. Get inspired for decorating Easter eggs with these unique creations.
Hey, big kids wanna have fun too! But teens and tweens can feel awkward joing in traditionally "little kid" activities like hunting for Easter eggs. Here's a great idea for including those older kids and letting them...
A look at the Easter egg hunt inside of Disney's California Adventure park as well as other Easter goodies inside the park.
Limoges porcelain decorative eggs are the perfect gift for easter. The link between Limoges, Fabergé and eggs goes back to the 19th century. The tradition started when Czar Alexander III commissioned the Russian...
Blown eggs will make great decorations for Easters to come well into the future, so why not blow out your eggs instead of using the traditional hard-boiled version? Make eggs for an egg tree!
Many holidays are filled with chocolate, candy and treats. There are many alternatives to candy that can be used to fill Easter baskets or eggs for a egg hunt.
What is a Faberge egg? Russian jeweller, Fabergé, created an annual Easter egg for the Russian Imperial family between 1885 and 1916. The bejewelled eggs remain amongst the world's greatest treasures.
Eastern European egg designs for Easter are beautifully intricate. Hungarians have their own style of pysanky, the traditional art of decorating the humble egg.
If you are worried about artificial food coloring in dyes for Easter eggs, try natural, nontoxic, vegan dyes made from food and spices. The results may not be predictable, but interesting and fun!