Make some Hot Cross Buns. See if you can do it without getting the song stuck in your head.
Make confetti eggs: fill hollowed eggs with confetti, and one with glitter. Have an Easter egg hunt, then smash the confetti eggs over people's heads to see who "won" the glitter egg.
Whip up a batch of bright, spring-y lemon curd. Eat it on scones, biscuits, or muffins at Easter brunch. Or just right out of the jar.
Decorate eggs without getting your hands messy, or smelling like vinegar. Use string, beads, buttons and washi tape like these lovely eggs in Styled magazine.
Yes, Peeps will be half price in a matter of days, but Rachel's homemade ones are so much prettier.
Hunt down an assortment of eggs. How much fun would it be to dye an ostrich egg? If you have kids, I bet they'd be fascinated with all the different types of eggs.
And if you're in NYC and looking for a place to celebrate Easter, my church has two Easter services and a Good Friday service tonight. I'd love to see you there!
Photos: (1) The Pioneer Woman, (2) Robyn Kessler for Oh Happy Day, (3) The Pastry Affair, (4) Trent Bailey for Styled Magazine, (5) Heart of Light, (6) Jamie Magazine