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.
This month we have a variety of new products to offer from some of your favorite kaleidoscope artists, including Steve and Peggy Kittelson, John Culver, Joanne Jacobs, and more! Below are some of our favorite new products this month.
1. Goose Egg Art Kaleidoscopes ” Created by Frank Casciani, these egg kaleidoscopes are stunning pieces of artwork. Choose from the blue glitter egg kaleidoscope and the gold glitter egg kaleidoscope.
2. Vintage Marblescope Kaleidoscope ” With amazing detail and beautiful designs, this vintage kaleidoscope by artist John Culver is a beautiful addition to any kaleidoscope collection.
3. Serendipity Stained Glass Kaleidoscope ” Designed by Sue Rioux, this stunning kaleidoscope features two separate mirror systems housed in one sculpture. You’ll love looking through this masterpiece at the beautiful designs.
4. Single Daisy Kaleidoscope ” Spring may be gone, but Steve and Peggy Kittelson want you to be in a spring mood all year long with this single daisy kaleidoscope. Designed using an oil filled cell, and filled with an assortment of glass pieces, this kaleidoscope gives off a beautiful selection of shimmering designs.
5. Spiral Kaleidoscope Necklace ” Kaleidscopes aren’t just for display in your home or office. You can also display them on your neck with this stunning piece of kaleidoscope jewelry by artists Deborah and Kevin Healy.
You can see all of our new products for November at KaleidoscopesToYou.com. Make sure to check back with us next month to see what new products we have for December.