Eggs are symbolic of the new life that comes with spring. We may all be familiar with the exchange of chocolate eggs at Easter but traditionally real eggs were given as gifts. These would be blown or boiled, dyed or carefully painted and used as decorations during Eastertide.
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Making the Children’s Year is crammed full of creative things to do with your hands all year round, with lots to do during dark afternoons and rainy days indoors. We’ve picked out a taster for you to try, a Candle Lake, sure to bewitch small people, while brightening up your day too.
This review is by Janni Nicol, the hardworking and brilliant editor of Kindling Magazine.
This craft book is the new edition of “The Children’s Year” which has been in print since its first publication in the early 80s. It is a wonderful new edition, with both new and old projects which promise hours of fun and craftwork, to be done either alone or with your friends and children.
This fantastic review was written by Amber of Roam the Gnome, a family travel website and blog.