By Eco-Expert Emily Anderson for GalTime.com
Eco-friendly Easter Like most parents, my time is limited. When it comes to the holidays, I always make an effort to be eco-friendly. But even I have my limits. After all, holidays is about being together, and for me the most precious resource is time.
I love doing craft projects with my children that we can also enjoy when we celebrate the holiday. Of course Easter has a lot of different ways to get creative, and I'm not just talking about dying eggs. And I am definitely not going to make my own natural dyes. Making our own home-grown dye for the Easter Eggs falls into the category of "um, yeah, like THAT'S going to happen." First of all, you don't eat the dye.
Second of all, it is food safe, and not what I consider eco-friendly, but it's not that bad for you. I just think that there are so many other ways to "Eco-My-Easter" without adding something that's too time-consuming to actually do.
On the other hand, I'd hate to tell you not to do someRead More »from Eco-Friendly Easter Ideas