Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Baskets. The best part of being a kid at Easter. Eggs and Candy everywhere and an early chance to get outside. As you get older, like those middle school and teenage years, the thought of getting up for sunrise service doesn’t sound as fun. But the joy for hunting for plastic eggs filled with chocolate eggs inside only lasts a few years. Of course, I cannot resist a peanut butter filled chocolate egg. By the dozen. But if you are looking for an Easter idea without the risk of cavities or a sugar crash, think about a colorful kaleidoscope.
At Kaleidoscopes To You, we have many styles that are inspired by the oval shape of the egg perfect for an Easter Basket. For the ultimate Easter surprise, look at the Faberge inspired kaleidoscope eggs by Frank Casciani.
For a moderate price but still an elegant look for an Easter Egg, look at the Rosewood egg kaleidoscope N & J Enterprises.
For the best interpretation of Easter within a kaleidoscope, enjoy sharing a Cross Embellished kaleidoscope necklace. An elegant statement of jewelry with a metal cross with beautiful colors within the kaleidoscope. The joy of the risen Christ is all around us but a tiny bit is also contained within a kaleidoscope.