Tradition has it that Easter eggs should be dyed early morning on Maundy Thursday or Holy Saturday.
This is precisely why merely days before it’s time you got down to egg decorating, we’ve decided to share some creative ideas we have in store to inspire you.
What you need is a few black and color felt-tip pens, and a tad of imagination; a little helper alongside won’t hurt either. Egg decoration is a wonderful pastime for kids and grown-ups alike.
You can introduce amusing embellishments to your Easter-egg design – eggs with a moustache or eyebrows will have the whole family laugh their hearts out!
Alternatively, if you are more like into streamlined design, you can step out of the convention and decorate your eggs with a black marker only!