The eggs and bunny on our table are symbols of spring and new life. The glittery bunny is from HomeGoods. The speckled eggs were from Hobby Lobby and the little tree are a Dollar Spot find a few years ago. My mom bought me the 'egg table runner'. And the egg cups are from Hobby Lobby. (If you buy a little bit each year, you eventually end up with a nice little stash of holiday decor.) On my hutch is a sweet wreath my mom just made for me. She likes to craft too :)
I made the rustic twine Easter eggs a few year ago. Here is the link to that post.
And I had to add this photo-- because these little sticky window clings have brought SO much happiness to my 5 year old. She was so proud to help me decorate the house for Easter. Besides hanging all the eggs on the little table trees, she was in charge of the window decor. I love when something so simple (and cheap) can bring so much joy.
In the kitchen, have another sparkly bunny. A square wreath - also a past project that you can see here. And then I put some plastic eggs in a covered dish.
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We go to church on Maundy Thursday. And then make Resurrection Rolls together to eat on Easter Sunday.
|Photo via Taste of Home- see her post for the recipe.|
My family gathers together to share a meal and celebrate that He has indeed Risen.
This year, I also want to try this Easter garden, shared on 'We Are That Family'. See this post for details.
And my friend Kim V. inspired me to make an Easter Egg tree too. I am hoping for something similar to this one shown by "Skip to My Lou". (Ours will be much smaller!)
To keep it all in perspective- here is a post about things I will not being doing this Easter :)
Does your family have any special Easter traditions?
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