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Which Came First — the Chick or the Easter Egg?

2016-02-26



This Easter, you can debate this quirky question with your (equally quirky) family. From the decorations to the activities, everything in this post will get you ready and hopping for the holiday!

Jet.com National Tree Co. Easter Wreath
18 inch Easter Wreath with colorful assorted flowers and eggs

Make your home look like it’s been created from Pinterest with this beautiful Easter wreath. From the smallest of apartments to the largest of houses, this decoration can make any door feel welcoming. Even after Easter, you can continue to keep this piece up throughout the spring season.

PersonalCreations.com custom rabbit family doormat
Personalized Bunny Family Doormat
PersonalCreations.com My Cute L'il Carrots Doormat
Personalized Pick of the Patch Bunny Carrot Mat

Prevent the dirt and “dust bunnies” from getting into your home with a personalized Easter doormat. Both designs feature a polyester surface and nonslip backing. The names, number of kids, and even the number of parents (or grandparents!) can vary, so your family will love seeing this welcoming mat every holiday.

Williams Sonoma Easter Egg Fry Rings, Set of 4
Easter Shape Egg Cooking Cutter

Start the morning right with some Easter eggs! This set of four nonstick steel rings includes a chick, egg, bunny, and flower. They have wood-tipped handles which stay cool to the touch while you’re cooking, and they also fold down for easy, compact storage.

PersonalCreations.com All in One Easter Basket
Personalized Easter Basket Gift

Need a basket but don’t have time to make your own? You can get a ready-to-go, personalized Easter basket for just $34.99 (with customization included in the price). Inside, there is a plush bunny, chocolate foil eggs, a pack of Peeps, gummy carrots, and a Niagara Chocolate bunny. If you’d like even more goodies, you can upgrade to a Premium or Ultimate gift.

CenturyNovelty.com Decorate Your Own Wood Easter Eggs
Wooden Easter Eggs Art

Decorating Easter eggs is a fun activity, but you shouldn’t have to use any real eggs. For vegans, vegetarians, or simply those who hate wasting food, there’s a simpler solution — white wooden eggs. You can get a pack of 12 for just $7.50. No more worrying about cracked or spoiled eggs!

CenturyNovelty.com Cardboard Easter Egg Holder
Easter Egg Stand holds 20 eggs

Easter eggs are often doused in paint, sparkles, glitter, and other messy forms of art. You can avoid a headache of a cleanup with this $5 display that holds up to 20 eggs! Now, you can keep up the fun tradition of decorating eggs and show off the finished designs (not to mention help them dry). It’s something that will keep both kids and adults happy.

Williams Sonoma Easter Stamp Cookie Cutter Set
Easter Cookie Cutter Stamps

Decorating doesn’t have to end with your eggs — you can decorate your cookies too! These stainless-steel cutters will create a perfect egg shape, and you can use any of the three interchangeable plastic designs for a festive cookie imprint. You can even take it to the next level with some frosting or fruit coloring. They will become edible works of art!

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Jessica Dolnick sets up many of the merchants that you see on We-Care.com, and through extensive research and personal experiences, writes about them in the We-Care blog. Jessica has always been passionate about the nonprofit sector–before working at We-Care.com, she organized benefit concerts, volunteered at her local hospital, and raised over $50,000 for her alma mater. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in education from the University at Albany.