Too often, beautiful Easter egg art gets lost due to the perishable nature of the egg itself. A fun way to capture your family's
wonderful creations is to take some photos your Easter egg art and create a photo book that can be shared for years to come.
When your family begins decorating eggs this year, have your camera handy and snap some photos of each step in the process.
As each egg is finished, take a photo of the egg with its creator. With small children, vigilance is necessary since the urge
to eat the finished egg can be overwhelming and the art may be destroyed before you get a picture of it.
In addition to taking photos of your egg art in the hands of its creator, you may also want to take some artistic photos that
can be used to create an egg gallery in your photo book. For these photos, it is a good idea to have some plain white paper
lying around. Set each finished egg on the paper and take a photo of the egg from several different angles.
After your family's egg decorating adventure, gather your photos together and add your favorites to a new book in Picaboo.
Arrange your egg art, and use pastel backgrounds to set the mood. When you are finished with your book, be sure to share a
free online copy with friends and family and order a professionally bound book to add to your Easter decorations.