- 1 Cool Easter Eggs
- 1.1 New Meaning To 'Dying Easter Eggs'
- 1.2 Died Easter Egg - Singing 'EggShellSheSaw'
- 1.3 Easter Eggs on Death Row
- 1.4 Eggscape Artist . . .
- 1.5 More Crazy Easter Eggs
- 1.6 It's Dai The Welsh Easter Egg - From Aberystwyth, Wales
- 1.7 Real Dyed Easter Egg
- 1.8 After the Bad Easter Eggs, We Have the Good Easter Eggs
- 1.9 Fabergé Easter Eggs
- 1.10 Chinese Truck Driver Balances Egg On Pencil
- 1.11 The Ultimate Cool Easter Egg - Take Part in 'THE EGG ROLL'
- 1.12 Cool Easter Egg Hunt
- 1.13 Easter Bunny Footprints
- 1.14 Memorable Easter Egg Hunt Story
- 1.15 An Easter Poem - Egg Hunt
- 1.16 Happy Easter from Will, Guy and Alicia
- 1.17 See more funny Easter bunny pictures and rabbit jokes
Cool Easter Eggs
Will and Guy's collection of Cool Easter Eggs, with much help from Alicia Moss.
- New Meaning to 'Dying Easter Eggs'
- More Crazy Easter Eggs
- Real Dyed Easter Egg
- Fabulous Fabergé Easter Eggs
- Easter Egg Hunt
Died Easter Egg - Singing 'EggShellSheSaw'
Easter Eggs on Death RowEaster eggs stoically facing EggStermination
Eggscape Artist . . .
It's Dai The Welsh Easter Egg - From Aberystwyth, WalesA friend is someone who thinks you're a good egg - even though your slightly cracked.
After the Bad Easter Eggs, We Have the Good Easter Eggs
Fabergé Easter EggsPeter Carl Fabergé original name Carl Gustavovich Fabergé [1846 - 1920] was a Russian jeweller, best known for the famous Fabergé eggs, made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones rather than more mundane materials, each egg is about 5 inches tall and depicts a different event or theme in Russia's history. He was commissioned to create the first egg for the twentieth wedding anniversary of Tsar Alexander III and his wife Maria Feodorovna, of Russia, in 1885. Every subsequent Easter, another egg was made for Maria as a gift from her husband. After the passing of Alexander III, his son took up the tradition presenting his wife and his mother with their own custom Fabergé egg every Easter. In all, 50 eggs were commissioned; to this day eight are still missing. This is the Coronation Egg, which features the coach that Empress Alexandra rode into Moscow in 1897.
Easter Bunny FootprintsAnother twist for your Easter egg hunt is to use bunny footprints to give the children clues where to look for the eggs.
Memorable Easter Egg Hunt StoryEmma and Tony thought it would be cool to give their toddlers a special Easter egg hunt. Firstly, Emma hit upon the idea of sprinkling talc on the wooden floor, then using the bunny footprints, they created a trail in the talcum powder. In the lounge Tony not only placed carrots at strategic points, but also gnawed them to look like the rabbits had been there. One neat touch was to leave a spilt saucer of milk in the kitchen. This Easter bunny scene was so realistic that on Easter Sunday morning their children Ken and Lizzy rushed into our bedroom, screaming: 'the Easter bunny has been'. Over the years the story has been relived and embellished, 20 years on I am not sure who is the more embarrassed the parents, or the now grown-up children.
Easter morning, Easter morning, Easter morning dawning fine Have to find the Easter eggs now, I've already picked up nine. Fill the basket, fill the basket, fill the basket every time Candy eggs and jelly beans are tucked behind each growing pine. Bend and scramble, bend and scramble, bend and scramble, reach and climb. Find each hidden Easter treat now, pick them up and they'll be mine. See them glow and see them glisten, see them glow and see them shine. Join me with my Easter candy and together we will dine. Author Unknown.