Although Easter is celebrated much the same everywhere, Honduras does Semana Santa in her own traditional and colorful way.
Tell the story of Jesus' death and resurrection with the help of objects inside 12 plastic eggs. My kids LOVE this tradition, and my husband and I love that they are learning about Jesus!
This article will describe how a team of three people created a striking display for our church for Easter. The materials required for this project are quite affordable. This project was fun and demanding and was a gift offered to our church to aid our celebration of the resurrection of our Lord.
Celebrate Easter with this cute bunny! This project uses just basic materials and can be simplified to do with all ages. Or you can add a lot of detail to dress up your bunny for the Easter holiday!
Easter is celebrated by many people all over the world in many different ways! Learn about a special Easter tradition and the origins that gave way to the entire holiday.
Do you want to color your Easter Eggs naturally this year instead of using commercial food dyes for your shells? You'll probably have some ingredients around the house that will work to color eggs!
Don't fall into the trap of pouring bucket-loads of chocolate into plastic eggs, consider alternatives to candy in your child's Easter basket.
Easter is a fun-filled time for children, as well as the most important festival in the Christian calendar. This article relates the pagan history of some Easter customs, how the focus on eggs at Easter started and continues, and describes some ancient Easter customs.
Palm leaves or fronds can be used to make various crafts—the most popular being a crucifix for the Catholic celebration of Palm Sunday. You can also make beautiful flowers. Learn how to make a rose in eight simple steps.
How to make Disney inspired Easter eggs for Easter. An easy way to decorate your eggs and add some Disney to your Easter!
What child wouldn't love to get a real, live bunny for Easter? Maybe it seems like a good time to teach a child some responsibility, but parents should think carefully before giving a live animal.
Joys and sadness of Easter in the late 19th century as recalled by my uncle Charles Copeland Burg (1889-1961).
How to make beautiful non traditional Easter egg decorations that last long after all the jelly beans are gone. Instructions for blowing out the eggs, silk dyeing, hand painting and making decoupage hanging egg ornaments.
Tis the season for Easter and Ostara. Here you'll find some humorous text-covered, bizarre, and interesting pictures that I've found over the years.
Polish Easter traditions in a Polish American family are a blend of old and new. Baking babka and chrusciki (bow tie cookies), spring cleaning, hot-cross buns and traditional Polish Easter Eggs (Pisanki) are some of the Polish traditions that pass from grandmother to granddaughter.