The 2009 White House Easter Eggs are “Green”
Green ways to celebrate the Easter and Passover holidays have definitely gone mainstream this year. Yesterday we showed you ideas for turning Passover matzoh into home decor. Then the White house announced its 2009 Easter egg design, which is meant to be “the greenest egg in White House Easter Egg Roll History.” The wooden eggs are made in the U.S. with hardwood from sustainably managed forests. More info below the jump…
The 2009 White House Easter Eggs use 31% less paperboard than the 2008 design and renewable, vegetable oil-based inks. Yes, they come in green and also pink, blue, and orange. The National Parks Service is selling the eggs online for $7 each or $25 for the set of four, plus shipping and handling).
Do you have souvenir Easter eggs?