Happy Easter!

We had a beautiful blue-sky day yesterday, perfect for decorating Easter eggs outside.


I have to say, the crafty aspect of holidays is really fun to me. Easter eggs, pumpkin carving, making tree ornaments, cooking—holidays are a great excuse to be creative, even if you’re not religious (not that you need an excuse!).


This is my favorite one—a blue egg with some stripes (made using a rubber band—thanks to Era’s egg-dying party last year).



1 Response to “Happy Easter!”

  1. 1 Era April 12, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    Nice eggs! Of course I agree with your sentiments, holiday crafting is so wonderful.

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