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Simple Easter Bunny and Egg Decoration

When you are bored at home, you can start preparing Easter decorations

Easter is one of the oldest and most meaningful Christian holidays, celebrating the resurrection of Christ and is celebrated annually by Christians around the world. Easter also symbolizes rebirth and hope.

Eggs and rabbits are symbols of new life and prosperity in the West. The natural colour of the egg symbolizes the sun, and dyeing the egg red symbolizes happiness in life. At Easter, parents have to prepare special chocolate candies in the shape of eggs and rabbits for their children. Friends and relatives should exchange Easter eggs. In some towns in the middle reaches of the Rhine and eastern Hesse, the ancient custom of "egg tree" is still preserved. Hundreds of eggshells were painted and strung into egg chains, which were hung on pine trees on Easter Day to make egg trees, around which adults and children sang, danced, and celebrated Easter.

The Easter Bunny is one of the symbols of Easter. It takes the form of rabbits who give presents to children at Easter (or the vernal equinox). It originated from Western European culture, and as a prolific animal, the rabbit symbolizes the revival of spring and the birth of new life. Rabbit is the pet of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and the candle holder of Horta, the Germanic land goddess. So now rabbits are used as messengers to deliver Easter eggs to children.

Introducing a cute and easy-to-learn bunny and egg for Easter table decoration.

The first step is to find a good-looking paper napkin at home.

The second step, fold the paper napkins in half and then in half and then wrap the hard-boiled egg.

The third step, if you want to fix it, you can use a soft metal wire or thin tape to tie the paper napkin and the binding end.

Step 4: Draw eyes and mouths on the boiled eggs, and the Easter Bunny is ready!

Easter is coming soon. Happy Easter to everyone! Spring is here, and the good news is waiting for us all around the corner.

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