Forget chocolate for a moment. One of the best parts of a traditional Easter celebration is painting eggs with children and hiding them around the house. This year, replace the paint with natural spring flowers and delicate leaves. Read our instructions, and start creating.
The talented jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé created 69 luxurious decorated eggs between 1885 and 1917. These artistic creations, now known as Fabergé eggs, are richly decorated with diamonds, gold and precious stones.
Celebrate springtime with a centrepiece that brings nature indoors to crown your table. A decorative display arranged on a mossy slice of tree trunk is bold and original, the perfect backdrop to the season.