Here comes Peter Cottontail, with his bulky baskets, cheap plastic eggs, insane amounts of horrendously expensive sugar, and oh - yeah, this is actually a religious holiday! How are you expected to haul all that around with you, you globetrotter, you? Are you supposed to buy it all over again every time you move? Nay! Here are some suggestions for an Easter worthy of expat celebrations - bunnies and Christianity included.
Here's how our Easter 2017 is shaping up. Fresh flowers (especially if you never splurge on them other times in the year), paint chip bunnies, window clings, Easter grass, and our own little crafts are all contributing to what's going on in our household for the Easter season this year. Everything fits in a shoebox if I want to keep it, or if I don't, I won't shed any tears as they disappear.
Not pictured are some things like our growing Easter grass (still hidden in the dirt), and we haven't boiled and painted eggs yet. Not quite sure how we will do those this year with our little artist.
And here are some lovely ideas from other sources!
Not so religious
There you have it. Just a few ideas that you can hopefully make out of things already laying around. They are all small or flat, disposable, or better yet, edible!
So hop to it!
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