Passover plate – Easter is practically here (this year comes at the end of March) And while for many it is one of the most important religious celebrations of the year, this weekend is also one of the favorite dates for families to do things together, accompanied For the good weather and for the great offer of activities for children and adults related to this date.
Just look a little pinterest to fill with ideas to decorate Passover plate and eggs: if you prefer not paint them, not to make as much mess or because your children are very small or you simply do not have the tools there are many other ways to make Easter eggs without having to have an arsenal of things. I have seen Easter eggs made from cereals, plasticine and the plastic celebrities you get in dollar stores or craft shops, which can be decorated with stickers, paper and paste, ribbons and so on. And boys also like to decorate (and savor) Easter marshmallows, which come in the form of eggs, rabbits and chicks.
Small memory celebrates Easter Sunday with my family, and look for the chocolate passover plate that my grandparents hid at home. Its eggs that was rich, chocolate and stuffed. The best was when someone in my family bought or won in a raffle the giant Easter egg stuffed with other sweets.