FAMILYSTORYTELLING.COM enthusiastically welcomes guest blogger Tamsin North, who joins us to share her tutorial on how to create these gorgeous Scandanavian painted easter eggs. Enjoy!
Shantel Park shares with us her family's Easter tradition. She shows us that a tradition that started out pretty rocky, can make an amazing family memory!
Years ago I inherited some Panorama Sugar Eggs made by my mother. I remember them proudly displayed in my childhood home every Easter. I was thrilled to have them for my own home, where my kids could see them, and have a tangible reminder of their grandmother. Nice theory, right? And it worked, too, until last year when my 13 year old son brought a baseball bat into the house.