• Simple Easter eggs creative decoration idea

    Easter is an important festival in the West, the first Sunday after the full moon of the spring equinox every year. Christians believe that Easter symbolizes rebirth and hope, in commemoration of the resurrection of the third day after Jesus Christ w...

  • The origin of Easter eggs - Two

    Easter eggs are particularly decorative eggs in Western countries celebrating Easter. Traditionally, dyed eggs are used. The modern habit is usually to use egg-shaped chocolate instead. The eggs are usually hidden in advance and then found by childre...

  • The making technology of Easter eggs

    The advent of eggshell crafts has broken through the limitation of the traditional form of resurrected eggs, and the issue of "eating" can no longer be considered. In modern Europe, a wide variety of poultry egg shell decoration methods are emerging,...

  • The formation of Easter eggs

    Easter took place on the first Sunday after the full moon of the vernal equinox, which was originally the day to commemorate the birth of the half-sister Astarlu, the pagan god of West Asia, who was also Baal's mistress. According to legend, Baal lea...

  • The types and development history of Easter eggs

    There are a wide variety of egg carving works, including portraits of bai characters, flowers, birds, fish and insects, du Beijing opera masks, poems, and zhi paintings. The main and auxiliary works are very suitable, but they are wonderful. For exam...

  • Making Easter eggs from eggs

    1. Pick out the eggs without spots and wash them with water; 2. Take a sewing needle to pick a small hole in the tail of the egg, and then use a toothpick to reach in and gently stir until the liquid in the egg is clear, and then wash it with water; ...

  • What do Easter eggs represent?

    In the 12th century, eggs were added to Easter festivals. The eggs were mostly painted in red, and they were also painted in color and smiling faces. It is generally referred to as the "Easter Egg" (also commonly referred to as the Easter egg). The o...

  • What are Easter customs?

    1. Parade: In most Western countries, a large religious procession is usually held on Easter day. Today, the festive parade is filled with a festive atmosphere and replaced the strong religious color of the past. The folk characteristics and local ch...