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Ukrainian Easter Eggs are Exquisite

I’m mindful that decorating eggs is the last thing on Ukrainians' minds right now, but I’d like to honour their centuries-old tradition of hand-decorating eggs to celebrate Easter.

Pysanky is the proper term for these decorative eggs using wax and dyes. Designs and colour themes can range from geometric to ornamental but essentially, they represent Slavic culture.




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Mother. Nurse. Teacher. Crafter. Photographer. Top writer in Photography, Nursing, Globetrotters, 6-Word Photo Stories and The Daily Cuppa.

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