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Easter has been an auspicious time for many countries and traditions. This festive time of the year is marked by a a different kind of egg - one that has a long and interesting history.
Everyone loves chocolate eggs at Easter time, but for some cultures, eggs are much more significant and have turned into a traditional art form. This month, in Traditional Art from around the world, I showcase some examples of Painted Easter Eggs.
This is a wonderful idea I found on http://pillowsalamode.wordpress.com/2013/03/15/bag-o-bunnies/#comment-10752
Pillows a la Mode's blog, and the link for the pattern and tutorial is found at Little Fabric Blog
They are so quick to make up, you will have a heap of ears in a jiffy.
Just cut, (using some of your remnants or fabric scraps if you can) sew, stuff, and finish with a bow. No messy turning inside and out, just use your pinking shears to stop the fray "disease".
Here are my finished scraps which are destined for a Easter bunny activity for the children's playgroup I help to facilitate.