Hide your Paas Eggs, these artisan egg designs will make your Easter guests feel like they’re at the MOMA.
By Sarah Emily Gilbert
During my childhood, Easter meant Paas Eggs. My mom would line up six plastic cups next to the skimpy wire holders that never actually held the egg in place. Shortly after, the kitchen would be overtaken by the smell of vinegar, and colored fingerprints would stain the counters. Many families follow the tradition of dyeing Easter eggs, and they fully embrace the store-bought kits that allow the magic to happen. However, with the advent of social media, crafty bunnies have upped the egg decorating anti, making it much less of a stained-finger free-for-all, and more of an art. Whether you’re pro-Paas or looking for an artisan oeuff, we’ve provided some “eggspiration” for Easter 2017.