Many people think that the word Easter comes from a pagan goddess but this information only comes from one source and may not be reliable. For more information see https://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2017/04/16/christian-easter-pagan-goddess/
These are a very quick and easy project. Just make sure you have plenty of newspaper around because the spray paint goes everywhere. I bought the fabric spray paint at Spotlight and the fabric bags at K-Mart.
As Easter approaches, here is a look at the first Easter from the book of Luke.
This looks a little fiddly but you don't need any special equipment. You end up with a unique gift box that you can fill with chocolates.
Eggs have been a symbol of new life since ancient times and have been associated with Spring (which is when Easter occurs in the Northern Hemisphere). The earliest eggs would have been dyed hen or duck eggs. It wasn't until the 1870s that chocolate eggs became popular in Europe. These would have been solid eggs. Most Easter eggs are hollow now and Christians claim that they represent the empty tomb. So basically, Easter eggs originated in pagan celebrations and the church has added its own meaning to them.
I love these cute free printable Easter tags. They would be a great addition to a cute bag of Easter eggs. You can find them at Have Joy Designs.
Short and sweet inspirations for Christian teen girls.