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Easter is probably the celebration of the year that ranks as high as Christmas in terms of traditions for us. Because we have so many Family Easter Traditions to carry out, there is no time to really be in the kitchen. If you are anything like me and my crazy schedule, you might start to get frantic when you realize Easter is really early this year (April 5th). Here are a couple of our Easter Sunday Tradition” items of our list :-).
Family Easter Traditions Ideas:
- Getting Egged: He who finds the most plastic eggs out there gets “egged”! No, we don’t throw eggs at each other. To get “egged” winner receives an arrangement of sugar candies and toys set on a stick. If we can’t get our hands on this “maceta” as we call it back home, then the winner gets a massive Easter basket 🙂
- Bunny egg planters and Bunny plant planters: The bunny egg planter tradition is such a quick tip to decorate your table, you really don’t need help with it. But it is always fun to get the kids involved in the preparations. The directions are below. We also add our Bunny plant planters, which are really a hack from our Dr. Seuss Lorax Planters DIY Celebration (click for details). We just get the Lorax planters we did, then get the kids to paint some teeth on the clay pot, add a tall small plant to take the place of the ears and voila!
- The Golden Egg: There is always a golden egg hidden in the egg hunt. The person to find it gets to be King Bunny for the day and decides what games to play, gets first picks at the table and of course, wears a the prized bunny ears!
Easter is a family filled day that is simple and very special to us. We look for easy yet sure ways to not spend that much time on our projects or in the kitchen. Nevertheless, our demanding family will not settle for a table without our favorite ham. Besides flavor, some of the reasons I love going to get our HoneyBaked Ham are:
- Centerpiece: our centerpiece gets the little ones involved helping to find the raw materials and decorating 🙂 Here is the very easy “how-to” for you:
Hope our traditions help you or get you in the Easter mood! Do you do anything special with your family for Easter? Share with us if you have any traditions. There is always room for us to add one more to our Family Easter Traditions collections 🙂