Easter is around the corner and I have been thinking of the preparations for the holiday. Do you celebrate Easter? What do you usually do for this holiday?
I have already written about the celebrations in Bulgaria, and I also posted my favorite ways of painting Easter eggs. Do you dye Easter eggs in your country?
Also, check out my post about Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday In Bulgaria or check out the eggs I painted last year.
Do you celebrate Easter?
Do you dye Easter eggs?
Dyeing Easter eggs is something I have yet to try. Never done it and I would like to have a go
You should try it, I think you’ll appreciate the artistic side of it. You can even use empty egg shells so you can paint with any dye without worrying about consuming chemicals.
I don’t celebrate easter, but my family does and I hang out with them so I should get partial credit for vicariously celebrating that holiday
The more holidays, the merrier. 🙂
I am not a big fan of thanksgiving, but otherwise…
Thank you! Happy Easter! 🙂
In our country, we do not have many traditions to celebrate Easter. One tradition is we take that all the Easter goodies which were prepared (painted eggs, ham, cake)a Saturday afternoon in the church on blessing. On Sunday mornings, the family has a common Easter breakfast.
Thanks for sharing! Happy Easter, dear friend! 🙂
I celebrate Easter and dye eggs on Thursday.
I still haven’t painted mine. Happy Easter!
We do not celebrate easter … so no dye eggs, no egg hunt :p
We don’t do egg hunt here, but dyeing eggs is fun. 🙂 Happy weekend!
We don’t celebrate with eggs and candy, although we do still have an Easter Dinner!
Are there special dishes you serve at Easter dinner? I hope you had happy holidays!
we have a baked ham with potatoes and asparagus every year!
I used to celebrate when my family was here, but since they are all gone, I just eat the candy! Love the memories of the egg hunts and dyeing the eggs. Lovely photo Ellie.
Thank you so much, Carol! Have a wonderful weekend!
I celebrate the big night,dear Ellie … we color the eggs, bake the walnut cake pot and cook the ham we eat with our horseradish
Thank you for sharing your lovely traditions, Happy Easter!
With great pleasure,dear Ellie
We do this with the grandchildren when they are here. If they are not here, we skip the whole thing.
Thanks for sharing your perspective! Happy Easter! 🙂