We have about a million Easter traditions and here are a few pictures for inspiration. As I look through these pictures, I realize that most of the activities are secular (and hilarious), so I'll have to take a few pictures of some religious Easter traditions this year. I know that I want to make Easter Story Cookies, any other ideas for me?
This is a link to the Easter Bulletin from last year. It was the very first CKB! There will be a new one for this year coming up soon--and it will be more awesome than ever before.
Finishing our Lenten Countdown
|Each day of Lent, Curly has been putting a caterpillar into a cocoon. She patiently waited for them to be transformed on Easter. She wakes up on Easter to see 46 butterflies dancing by the windows.|
Dying Easter Eggs and the Ugly Egg Contest
|Dying Easter eggs starts out normal, until we get to the final eggs. Then, it's time for the ugly egg contest to begin.|
|We even have a plaque for the winner!|
|Cute Easter bunnies! They are made out of donuts, coconut (grass), marshmallows (cheeks), Jelly bean (nose), and mini M&Ms for eyes. I used toothpicks to hold them all together.|
|Bunny Tracks! I used a balled up washcloth and flour.|
|Bird's nest. Dip yarn in glue and drape it gently over the balloon.|
Shaving Cream Eggs
|I LOVE THIS!|
|Use a squeegee to scrape the foam off the egg and revel in the beauty!|
|This cute little guy is just construction paper, cotton balls, and a googly eye. It was simple enough to make that Curly had the patience to make one for each Easter basket.|
|This is just adorable.|