Decorate! Grab some durable decorations – I usually buy one or two new ones per year. I also love these classy and affordable decorating ideas.
Do this Easter Advent Calendar with free printables (example below) by Karrie at HappyMoneySaver. You can print them and put them into numbered plastic eggs or make a legit calendar out of them if you are more crafty.
Ann Voskamp has some great thoughts, tools, and even a menu for putting together your own Passover Meal. Talking about Passover and the meaning behind it can help bring a greater appreciation and understanding for the anticipation of Christ’s coming and sacrifice.
She also has this awesome Easter garden.
Resurrection Sticky Buns
I love the symbolism of the empty tomb.
Easter Breakfast Eggs
I also love these colored deviled eggs – however, being that I would eat the dyed parts I’d rather go with natural dyes. Here’s some ways to naturally dye eggs, and a few more natural dyes here but they might add some unexpected flavors. And here’s what sounds like a better recipe from the Food Network.
Easter Story Napkin Rings by Lacy at CatholicIcing.
This website has the Easter story colorfully written on numbered printables that can be used as napkin rings or place settings. At dinner each person reads a part of the story. She also has these awesome empty tomb treats… a good fit for the cooking/crafting challenged like me.
What are some of your favorite Easter traditions?