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Create New Easter Family Traditions with Unique Egg Dyeing Ideas and Recipes
The "Easter Eggs Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs, Egg Recipes" eBook is the perfect addition to your Easter family activities. Learn new ways to dye and design eggs and find conventional and unconventional recipes for hard boiled eggs.
March 30, 2011 – Northbrook, IL – With the Easter season upon us, many families have eggs on the brain. Easter traditions are an important part of the holiday, the most common of which is the Easter egg hunt. Easter egg hunts can be difficult to plan in new and exciting ways without taking away from the traditions we love. The White House recently released the eggs for the annual hunt revealing that "this year's egg comes in four pastel colors - purple, pink, green, yellow - and includes the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady,” reports Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun Times.
With this in mind, the editors of RecipeLion.com and FaveCrafts.com have come together to give you a variety of options for Easter egg fun! The 14-page Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs & Egg Recipes free eBook has 4 different ways to dye your eggs this year, including ways to dye eggs naturally using household fruits, vegetables, and flowers. With this eBook, you can try something different to mix up the family egg hunt.
In the Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs & Egg Recipes eBook you'll find ways to dye your eggs with blueberries (p. 5), flowers (p.6), and beets (p. 7). There are even tips for the perfect hard boiled egg (p. 10), and don't forget about the recipes. It has everything you need for your eggs this Easter!
You can download the Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs, & Egg Recipes eBook here: http://www.favecrafts.com/Easter/Easter-Eggs-Easter-Egg-Designs-Tips-for-Perfect-Hard-Boiled-Eggs-Egg-Recipes-free-eBook. Find this on both FaveCrafts.com and RecipeLion.com.