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Thursday, March 18, 2021

Free Printable "Love, the Easter Bunny" Tags

Maybe someone with a little one could use a tag or two "from" the Easter Bunny. 

I am from a very large family. There were so many children that each child was able to dye only one or two eggs each. It was so disappointing if you created a "bomb" egg. That's the dull army-green/gray egg you get if you put the egg into too many colors of dye.

free printable digital easter bunny tags


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Thank'ee for stopping by.

Kind regards,

Olde Dame Holly



17 comments :

  1. I love your Easter bunnies , I print all your tags.
    I have never seen bomb eggs, but I also used to paint eggs for Easter.
    Thank you for your visits and I hope you are not too tired with your job.
    Take care.

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    1. Thank you for your comment! I'm glad you haven't seen any "bomb" eggs, they are so homely! I am exhausted from my job but it is a very enjoyable job.

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  2. I remember my Mum dying the eggs with cochineal making them pink, we were all so excited. How simple life was then.
    Briony
    x

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    1. Yes, simpler times! I bet those pink eggs were pretty.

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  3. I used to enjoy coloring eggs for the holiday. It was fun and an activity both kids looked forward to doing. Love your tags!!

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    1. I think I loved coloring eggs even more than my son did!

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  4. I love what you wrote about only being able to dye a couple of eggs. But I am sure you and your siblings were so proud of your eggs even if they came out as bombs? Thank you for sharing the sweet Easter images.

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    1. Two of my brothers gave up and would ALWAYS make bomb eggs, poor things! But they went about making them into bomb eggs with gusto!

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  5. I used to dye my own eggs. Never got a bomb, though. I HAVE made mud when I added too many colors of paint together, or two that were directly across from the color wheel.

    Thanks for these. I'm going to save them because there may come a day when I once again buy colored ink for my inkjet printer. I'd have to buy a new laser printer, I think since mine is only for black toner.

    BTW, since I want to be sure I'm catching each of your latest blog posts, I would love to add your blog to my left sidebar. I will only do so with your permission, though.

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    1. I would be honored to be on your blog sidebar. I am sorry I didn't ask you (or anyone!) - oops! I have a small old black and white printer, so I send my tags online to Office Depot or Walmart to have them printed!

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  6. love your Easter egg dying memory! Such sweet Easter tags and thank you for sharing. Thank you for your prayers for our son Zack

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  7. Sweet tags Holly! Ahhh, dying eggs was not for children in my world. The Easter Bunny (ahem....my much over-worked mother) stayed up late after all of us were in bed and dyed them and we would wake Easter Sunday morning to a bevy of gaily colored eggs. I did that same thing when my son was young...except Bunny apparently got wise over the years and left the eggs in the refrigerator rather than out in a basket on the table. 🐇

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    1. Interesting; I have heard of German moms decorating the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve, and revealing it in its glory to the kids afterwards. I wonder if the same holds true for eggs?

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  8. Such sweet little bunny tags. One of these days I must print some out.
    I grew up on a small farm and our chickens laid brown eggs so they weren't much fun to dye.
    How's the new job? Feeling better?

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    1. I am much better! Oh, I love brown eggs but I didn't think of how that would affect Easter dyes!

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  9. Very adorable tags. Perfect for a little one! Janice

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