Easter Traditions

A tradition is the transmission of custom or beliefs from generation to generation.

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Family traditions are so important and I love the ones I have kept from my childhood and the new ones my family have made.

Easter has settled into quiet family time for us. We never join in the Easter camping frenzy, preferring to stay at home and just catch up with friends and family.  

Good Friday starts with watching the Kids on the appeal and for the last 18 years we have visited the Box Hill Miniature Railway in the late afternoon as a way of donating to the appeal.  The boys go on the train and hide their faces whilst I try to take photos and then it is fish and chips for dinner.   

Easter Sunday is the traditional Easter clue hunt.  From excited toddlers to groaning teenagers, the Easter bunny leaves cheesy clues for the boys to follow around the house and yard to find the mother load of chocolate.  

I love to scrapbook these little things and I enjoy seeing the changes in the kids over the years.  

Be sure to document these traditions and celebrate the little things families do so you can pass them on through the generations. The pages do not need to be works of art, but the stories and photos should be the main focus.  Sometimes it is traditional scrapbooking and sometimes using the Picture My Life cards.  There are 2 beautiful Easter Stamp Sets available until the end of April.  Easter Wishes and Hopping by.  They are a great addition to any Easter Page or card.

Click here for more details.

Have a lovely Easter break celebrating your traditions.

Now head over to Kerry’s Blogto see her beautiful work.




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