Monday, April 2, 2012

Easter/Lent Resource - Easter In Eggs (Review)

If you have kids, or if you are like me and work with students, then you are most likely familiar with the Resurrection Eggs.

These are eggs which help tell the story of Jesus' experiences from Holy Week thru Ascension.

While the traditional forms of Resurrection or Easter Eggs use small objects, digital artist Jacque Larson has created a paper-pieced version.

Click here to see more!
I love the eggs. They are simple, direct and show 12 different pieces of the Holy Week story.

In the kit (a digital download), you'll find:
--JPG printouts (ready to print directly) - two pages of eggs along with a third page full of the Biblical references.
--Individual PNG files of the 12 different eggs (to use in digital scrapbooking OR for use with your favorite desktop publishing program.)

Jacque has one other product - The Lenten Cross - which could work either as a road map for your 40-days of Lent journey, or a way to tell the "full" story during a Holy Week activity.

Click here for the detail
Jacque has other items in her store (click here) that could be used in a children's ministry setting.

Note: As a freelance journalist and children's pastor, I am often provided with free copies of things for review. In this case, I freely spent my money to purchase Jacque Larson's fabulous products. This review was not influenced by the purchase - just in case you (or the FTC) were worried about this detail.

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