Easter celebrates the arrival of the spring and the resurrection of the Christ.
If we have a close look at history then we will find that eggs have been exchanged as a token of friendship in various other cultures all over the world.Therefore, gift your pals Easter eggs wishing them wonderful times ahead. You can even gift personalized Easter eggs which they can always keep with themselves as a remembrance.
An Easter egg is decorated for the purpose of Easter celebrations.
You can make an Easter egg using a variety of methods like
Various plants, fruits and vegetables can be used as natural dyes to color the Easter egg.
Put grated wax crayons in hot water. When the crayons start to melt put the eggs into the water. The melted crayons will make interesting patterns on the egg. Dry the eggs and seal the patterns with an acrylic spray.
Add vinegar when dyeing your eggs with food color.
Put melted wax on the egg. Let it dry. Then put it in dye. After dyeing remove the wax from the egg to reveal an interesting pattern.
Dip sponge in paint and dab on the eggs. Let the egg dry. Then use acrylic spray on it for finishing touches.
Use separate bowls for different colors.
Dip the eggs into dye after putting masking tapes on them. This will allow you to dye eggs in multiple colors.
For the newest ideas on decorating Easter Eggs.
Eggs are like a blank canvas so let your imagination go on a free spin. Heres a list of items that you can put to good use while decorating you Easter egg
For dyeing your eggs you can use the following natural items
Have fun with your friends and family with these great Easter egg games.
Put start and finish line markers to begin the race. Every player should hold a large spoon or soup spoon in his/ her with a small decorated(link to Easter Egg Decorating) Easter egg in it. The first person to reach the finishing line is the winner. You can make this race a relay race or an obstacle race. It would be even more fun if the participants hold the spoons in their mouth during the race.
Easter egg hunt(link to Easter Egg Hunt) is a very popular traditional Easter game(link to Easter Games). The story goes that the eggs are hidden by the Easter bunny(link to Easter Egg Bunnies). There is no proper explanation as to why it does so. The Easter eggs are hidden by someone in various locations all over the house. Those who participate in this game have to find out all the eggs. Until then the game continues. If you are responsible for hiding the Easter eggs for this game then do not forget the places where you have hidden the Easter eggs, especially if the eggs are real.
This game also requires start and finish lines. The Easter eggs have to be pushed or rolled from one line to another by the participants using a spoon or some other similar object. No one should touch his/ her Easter egg with their hands. If the Easter egg breaks during the game then the owner of the egg goes out of the game. The Easter eggs can even be rolled downhill to increase the difficulty level.
To play this game, participants should stand in a circle putting an Easter egg at its center. Every participant should have one egg with them which they will roll towards the centrally placed egg. If the participants egg breaks in this process or touches the central egg then the person will be out of the game.
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