April 07, 2019 2 min read
Easter is such a fun time of the year filled with family get together’s and lots of chocolate being consumed. It also has an important religious meaning as it celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The holiday is a series of events that begin with Lent, a 40 day period of fasting ending with Holy Week, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The bible states that Christ died on Good Friday and came back to life on Easter Sunday.
Easter falls on a different date each year depending when there is a full moon in spring. This year it falls on Sunday April 21st where it is tradition on this date to celebrate with family and friends and be gifted edibles such as Easter eggs and children have the fun of going on Easter egg hunts to get as many decorated or edible eggs as they can in their baskets.
For children the most exciting part of Easter is eating the mountains of chocolate they receive which has now become a tradition, however in the early years eating eggs was not allowed by church wardens during the lead up to Easter and any eggs laid that week were saved and decorated to be given to the children as gifts during Easter Sunday. The Victorian era altered this tradition and replaced the traditional egg with satin- covered cardboard eggs filled with Easter gifts. This tradition has grown and grown each year and now boasts an array of chocolate and other Easter gifts to share amongst family and friends.
Easter is also famous for the Easter bunny. It is thought that this story came to life in the 19th Century and rabbits, which always breed large litters, became a symbol of new life fitting perfectly into the traditional Easter story.
For the mermaid lovers amongst us the thought of magical mermaid creations and glittery chocolate delights are far more exciting than Easter bunnies. The delight of receiving a mermaid inspired Easter gift far outweighs that of any other Easter treat.
There are so many creations on the market now to choose from ranging from traditional chocolate creations to painted egg shells and DIY kits. Why not even go on a mermaid Easter egg hunt!
These mermaid inspired baskets are amazing!
Why not try making your very own mermaid egg creation:
Or best of all send your friends a mermaid inspired Easter egg just like the ones below:
There are some great mermaid inspired Easter crafts to keep your family entertained over the holiday, why not give some of the below a go:
We hope we have given you lots of ideas to get those juices flowing…Easter bunnies watch out Easter mermaids are coming to get you!
Please send us your creations through our social media platforms, we would love to see them and share with fellow mermaid lovers!
Happy Easter Mermaid lovers!
Keep mermaiding and sharking!
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