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  1. Bronwyn Joy @ Journeys Of The Fabulist
    May 3, 2014
    My daughter loves the "chicken egg" in the third photo. I loved the Faberge egg - haven't they evolved? Loved hearing about the Easter tradition in Lithuania.

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    • Stacey Veikalas
      July 19, 2014
      Thank you so much for reading! Oh yes the Russian Faberge egg - they are amazing. I have been to the Kremlin in Moscow and they have a whole room of them just amazing! :) Thank you for stoping by! :)

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  2. Ashley @ A Southern Gypsy
    April 25, 2014
    Love learning about others' traditions - so many different fun facts! Those painted eggs are beautiful too :) Thanks for linking up to the #SundayTraveler!

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    • Stacey Veikalas
      July 19, 2014
      Than you for reading - sorry for the late reply we are traveling traveling traveling! I love traditions from around the world too! :)

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  3. Adelina | PackMeTo
    April 24, 2014
    This post perfectly encapsulates everything that I miss about living in Europe. There are traditions and meaning to holidays. Thanks for sharing a little bit about Lithuanian culture. Those eggs are absolutely beautiful. I hope you had a fantastic Easter weekend :) Thanks for linking up to the #SundayTraveler again!

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    • Stacey Veikalas
      July 19, 2014
      We had a wonderful Easter - thank you and my apologies for the late reply - :( thank you for reading and more to come on Lithuania and its culture wonderful place! :)

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  4. Lauren
    April 23, 2014
    Those painted eggs are beautiful! Thank you for sharing Lithuanian traditions!

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    • Stacey Veikalas
      July 19, 2014
      thank you so much for stopping by! :)

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  5. frankaboutcroatia
    April 21, 2014
    Wow, one can get a feeling that Lithuanians take tgeir egg traditions seriously :). Burrying them at the front of the house, keeping few in the house (just in case!), and burning the egg shell all seem like lots of egg work :). Kidding! Love that you share all those traditions (and facts) with us. As kids, I remember us playing the game with coins. We would throw the coin to the egg. The person whose coin would stuck within the egg shell would collect all the money around the egg. As for the colouring technic, we traditionally colour the eggs with the onion skin (cooking them in the water with the onion skins), and parsley leaves serve as the decoration (attaching them to the egg prior to boiling and colouring leaves that part not coloured or faded).

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  6. leftoverpeas
    April 21, 2014
    Great post, thanks. Beautiful eggs

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  7. SJ @ Chasing the Donkey
    April 20, 2014
    Another interesting post from you Stacey, you always tell me so many new facts. We here in Croatia also have some similar egg traditions. I hope yours was a BRILLIANT Easter.

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    • Stacey Veikalas
      July 19, 2014
      Hey thank you so much! Sorry for the late reply trying to catch up during travels through Asia! :) Hope you had a great one too!

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  8. The Crowded Planet
    April 20, 2014
    Such a cool, quirky post! And the decorated eggs, so beautiful. I love learning about other cultures and traditions, I enjoyed this post very much! Thanks!

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