If you are looking for Easter ideas you might use in your home or with your family this year, check out this booklist for Easter egg Ideas. You may find them in your local library or you may find them on sale online.
This delightful book captures the spirit of spring, with practical ideas and inspirational projects for the home. Abundant blossoms and the first flowers of the year can be arranged in simple posies or displays, and lush foliage and soft feathers collected on country walks make lovely decorative effects.
The end of Lent means that convivial feasting plays a large part in the celebrations, and one section of the book features an irresistible collection of traditional treats, including Truffle-filled Chocolate Eggs, Simnel Cake, Easter Bread and Pashka.
Step-by-step sequences illustrate the projects and recipes, and exquisite color photographs evoke the freshness of the emerging year. Celebrate the essence of the season and festival with glorious natural decorations and time-honored foods.
With more than 70 amazingly easy decorating techniques, there’s no “egg-scuse” for letting an egg go naked again, or waiting until Easter, because here are designs that work all year-round.
Not one of the crafting skills is beyond a beginner’s grasp: if you can cut, paste, and paint, you can adorn an egg–whether it’s the real thing, or one made from plastic, pâpier-maché, styrofoam, or even wood. Découpage an egg with paper napkins, and finish it with a clear varnish to re-create the look of fine china. Or try threading specked quail eggs on silk ribbon along the edge of a charming rustic wreath.
From subdued elegance to fabulous funk, there is a wide range of styles to suit every taste.
Give the Easter bunny a few good eggs to work with this year. Easter Eggs features 40 fantastic decorating projects from kid-friendly sticker-dyed eggs to festive egg garlands and elegant eggshell candleholders.
Matthew Mead, style editor at Country Home, pulls out all the stops with gorgeous color combinations and entirely original ideas. Each project features a beautiful photograph and easy-to-follow, directions. And to finish it off, we’ve included a deliciousand very necessary egg salad recipe. Happy Easter!
Matthew Mead is a stylist, writer, author, photographer, lifestyle editor, and noted style expert. The former style editor of Country Home magazine and co-editor in chief of Flea Market Style magazine (2010), Matthew is the official food photographer for the Associated Press and is a regular contributor to Better Homes and Gardens and Victoria magazine.