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Monday, April 10, 2017

Easy to Do Easter-feels Décor At Home



Summer has just started, and we can already feel that the Holy Week is coming because it is too hot! Easter Sunday and its tradition is a huge part of our childhood. As we have experienced those fun and loving memories of Easter, the same we want our children to experience. 

You can take your kids out; there are some Free Easter Events that you and your children can attend around the city. Just make sure to check the details as some Free Easter events require prior purchase, such as grocery and other items. Check out the List of Free Easter Events in Metro Manila by Mommy Blogger Pehpot

At our home, you can do some DIYs for the Easter. The easiest to do is to hand paint some empty egg shells!

Here is a simple tutorial on how to hand-paint empty egg shells:

Yes, we use empty egg shells, although it is very challenging not to break the whole thing!

1. Crack the egg on one side only, just a small crack will do.
2. Once the egg are out, wash the egg shells but be careful not to break them.
3. Let it dry indoors.
4. Use water color or poster color to paint the egg shells. Design them all you want!
5. Enjoy!

Better use chicken’s native eggs, they are more durable.

You can also try painting hard-boiled egg to ensure the safety of the eggs. You can use non-toxic paint or use food colors for this activity. The more vibrant colors you use, the better. After all, Easter is all about celebration.

When you’re done painting the eggs, you can place it all around your house. Place it on top of the cabinet, or even inside the ref. You can even use those colorful eggs as centerpiece in your living room.

But if you insist on going out this coming Sunday, an out of town Easter event is worth attending. Easter Events in Tagaytay sounds fun! 

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