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Bored at Home? You Need an Easter Egg Tree, According to Treetopia

Bored at Home? You Need an Easter Egg Tree, According to Treetopia Millions of Americans…

  • April 5, 2020

Bored at Home? You Need an Easter Egg Tree, According to Treetopia

Millions of Americans are stuck at home these days due to the COVID-19 outbreak. They are getting stir-crazy, with moods alternating between high anxiety and boredom. If you’re one of them, you might benefit from bringing a little color and cheer into your life. Try an Easter Egg Tree.

As Treetopia puts it:

When you think of Easter, you probably associate it with whimsical bunnies, candy-filled eggs, and a sweet array of pastel hues.

Did you know that in some parts of the world, they also have an Easter egg tree?  It’s a festive way to welcome spring and a chance to hop on a centuries-old tradition.

Bring the season’s cheer indoors this year with repurposed artificial Christmas trees thanks to European tradition making its way to the U.S.

Families can create a beautiful Easter with their artificial Christmas tree – no matter the color – by decorating it with strings of bright lights, whimsical hollow Easter eggs, spring flowers, colorful bird feathers and more.

First created in Germany and Austria centuries ago, this beloved tradition began in nature with communities decorating large live trees.

In response to the Coronavirus quarantine, Americans are hanging Christmas lights as a great way to brighten their homes and sharing the joy with their communities via neighborhood displays. An Easter tree is a sure way to brighten everyone’s outlook.

Treetopia designers offer these tips for creating an Easter tree:

Select a color theme that says Spring – for example, dye and decorate hollow eggs in golds and yellows with an eye-catching pop of red, blue or green. Or tap into your inner hippie with tie-died eggs!

Use a variety of egg sizes – peewee to jumbo and different colored eggs – brown and white for a tree that showcases your family’s creative streak.

Consider using silly finger puppets and colorful plastic eggs that hold a tasty treat. Hanging Peeps will put a smile on every face.

Make the tree Easter Egg Hunt Central – the hunt starts there and flows throughout the house and perhaps onto a deck or into the garden.

Add Spring flowers – daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, even pussy willows.

Place the decorated tree in front window to share the lighted joy with neighbors.