One week to Easter! Have you gotten started on those Easter crafts yet? Here are 5 great crafts even the littlest ones can do. Let me know which one is your favorite!
#1: Tie Dye Your Eggs!
All you need is food coloring, or the little tablets you can buy at any store right now and vinegar. Mix each color with a tablespoon of vinegar and go to work! Sprinkle up to 3 colors over each dry and hard-boiled egg. I used a syringe to squirt the colors onto the eggs, then let them settle. Quickly rinse with water. You’ve got art!
What a wonderful Easter this year! The love of my life (my son!) and I went to the Phoenix Club‘s Easter Sunday Brunch and Easter egg hunt this year. For as long as I live in the area, we will be going here every year from now on. I just started a new tradition! 🙂 Continue reading
Today was the first Easter celebration of the season at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim. Being a German cultural center that seeks to upkeep German heritage not just for Germans, but the whole community, this Easter EGGstravaganza integrated mostly German Easter traditions. A big fair started at 11AM on the club’s fairground. Entrance was free and there was something for everyone to do. This was a family friendly event, with good food and live music; and what stood out the most to me was that there was something to do from the youngest to the oldest.
Many families came with their babies, their teens and their grandparents. Continue reading
If you are still trying to figure out what to do today or what Easter activity still fits in, this is the place to be in Orange County today!
April 24, 11AM – 4 PM
at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim
1340 S. Sanderson Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92806
Featuring Authentic German Food and Beer, Kids’ Area, Arts and Crafts
With St. Patrick’s Day basically over, we shifted gears and went right into Easter. Why, on such a beautiful spring day, that’s not a leap at all! So we made the kitchen table our craft table and painted about 2o Easter eggs. But they weren’t your regular eggs.
How To Decorate With Eggs
There’s only so much you can do with a real egg when it comes to decorating. You hardboil it and then it’ll spoil when keeping it outside the fridge, so you really can’t use them to decorate (except for your table on Easter morning). Or you can puncture an uncooked egg on both ends and blow out the insides… without puncturing your lungs or breaking the egg altogether. That’s an art in itself! And then you paint them and you still have to be careful like nothing else to not break them. At least, if you get through all of that, you CAN use them to decorate. Lastly, you can, of course, buy colored plastic eggs to decorate – but where’s the fun in that? Continue reading