The Strategic Homemaker

learning to follow the Father, care for the clan, and redeem the resources

Giveaway! Some Eggs for Easter…

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The TSH and I attended a Weekend to Remember marriage getaway this past weekend. It was pretty great, and I picked up the resource below to use in teaching my daughter the Easter story. Then I thought you readers with young children might like one too, so I picked up an extra. If you know someone who might like one, please share this post with them. They are called Resurrection Eggs, and you can read about them here:

Giveaway starts tonight at midnight, ends Tuesday at midnight, and is available to international entries. If the winner lives in the lower 48, I’ll try to mail it so that it makes it to her by Monday. If she lives in Rhode Island, I’ll try to deliver it next Monday, and if she lives internationally, there is no way it is going to make it before Easter this year, but I will mail it soon.

To enter, leave a blogpost comment sharing one of your Easter traditions, and then click the rafflecopter link below to go to the widget (WordPress wouldn’t let me load it here.) Happy Resurrection Day!

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4 thoughts on “Giveaway! Some Eggs for Easter…

  1. Hi Andrea, so glad you got to go the the marriage conference, we went a few years ago and it was very enjoyable. thanks for the chance to win such a great resource! i’ve really enjoyed reading your blog and watching you and tim build your family God’s way!

  2. Hmm… I really stink at making the time to create these traditions. I need to get on that! Currently with young ones we read picture book stories of the Easter story hoping to explain in words they understand ๐Ÿ™‚ And they get an ‘Easter basket’ of sorts. We try to make it to the town Easter celebration as well – though this is less important – just a fun town event. These eggs look awesome! As does the marriage weekend ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Hey Andrea! I always make Resurrection Rolls for the kids in my class. We discuss the Easter story and what it means for us today. Then when we get to the empty tomb part, the kids get to open their rolls and see they are empty (hollow inside). It is a hit every year in my class. Super fun and super tasty. If you Google “resurrection rolls,” you can find the recipe for it.

  4. Thanks for entering, all! and for the comments! The winner was Rebekah!

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