Swirl Easter Eggs ~ How to dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream - A Thrifty Mom - Recipes, Crafts, DIY and more
Swirl Easter Eggs ~ How to dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream - Fun and easy way to dye Easter Eggs with cheap shaving cream and food coloring or even use Cool Whip instead of shaving cream
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Easter Egg Tree
In Germany and Austria, it's customary to celebrate Easter by hanging hollow eggs from the branches of trees. This year, bring the tradition indoors by creating a unique display for your blown and decorated eggs.
Hot Cross Buns - ChelseaWinter.co.nz
Hot Cross Buns It’s taken me a while to perfect a hot cross bun recipe – and boy, it was worth the wait! They’re not at all hard to make but like all good bread recipes, they take a little time. To get the buns super light and soft, you make a yeast ‘super booster’ at the start to get it all going. It adds a smidgeon more time to the process, but it’s so worth it. And you probably only make hot cross buns once a year, so what’s your rush? Just enjoy the magic of breadmaking and then stuff…