Why settle for ordinary when you can make cool Easter Eggs like these! Check out the video and have some fun….!! Make a variation of Chinese tea eggs with an easy and simple method.
And just in case you’re wondering…a little history on Easter Eggs!!
Decorated eggs (especially ostrich) have been associated with themes of rebirth and kingship for at least 60,000 years, although the colouring and painting of chicken eggs is widespread in many cultures. In the Western world, since the twentieth century, there has been a rise in the use of chocolate eggs, or plastic eggs filled with confectionery.
Eggs are “synonymous with fertility symbols such as the Easter Rabbit” and themes of birth and rebirth. The use of eggs in relation to the springtime festival was linked by Jacob Grimm to the worship of Eostre, the pagan goddess for whom Easter is named.
In Christianity eggs are widely used as part of the celebration of Easter, with varying symbolism attributed to them, including eggs as the empty tomb of Jesus, or dying eggs red to represent the blood of Jesus.
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