Get The Jump On Easter!
Easter is just a couple of bunny hops away, are you ready to celebrate?
While Easter is traditionally a religious observance, it is also a time for families to get together and celebrate the beginning of spring. There are lots of different ways you and your family can get into the festivities this Easter.
Baking and decorating sugar cookies with the kids are fun Easter activities that shouldn’t be left out of your family traditions. Not sure where to start? Check out the great recipe we have for you on our Pinterest page. Bake the cookies with your kids’ help and let them decorate however they like. Don’t worry about your cookies being perfect, it’s all about having fun together! Your kids might not remember the cookies ten years from now, but they will definitely remember the time you spent with them.
What would Easter be without colored eggs? There are so many different ways to decorate eggs these days, you might have a hard time choosing a medium! From colorful dyes to metallic glitter, kids of all ages will love decorating their eggs to suit their own personal style. This is a great way to get the whole family involved in a fun Easter tradition. For more wonderful ideas, click here and be eggy-inspired! Don't be scared off by the intricate designs that some people create; there are plenty of really neat decorating ideas that don't require any artistic skill.
Weather permitting, spend some time outside with your family this Easter weekend. There are tons of fun Easter activities for kids to do out of doors. If you don’t already, why not move your Easter egg hunt to the back yard? Get the kids away from technology for a little while and play hopscotch, jump rope, or marbles. If there is still snow on the ground, take a walk around the neighborhood as a family or get a game of street hockey going with the neighborhood kids.
Cook A Feast
Easter isn’t just about chocolate bunnies and colored eggs, it’s also about spending time together cooking and enjoying delicious food. Whether you like to cook a big breakfast, a beautiful brunch, a decadent dinner, or all of the above, the most important thing is that your family did it together. Everyone has their favorites, but why not choose something new to add to your traditional feasts? Here are 50 amazing Easter recipes; pick one and give it a try, you might find a new family favorite!
Let’s not forget about table decorations! To create Easter centerpieces that are vibrant and colorful, simply buy some of your favorite Easter candy (jelly beans, candy-coated chocolate, etc.) and fill a glass or round vase to about half full. Stick a Frux Home and Yard flameless tea light – or two, depending on the size of your vase – inside and you’re done! The great thing about the flameless tea lights is they don’t drip wax or get warm enough to melt the candy, so you can still eat it when you’re done with the centerpiece.
From the Frux family to yours, have a happy and fun-filled Easter weekend!
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