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Easter Traditions – Today’s Tip comes from Buzzfeed’s list of 12 unique Easter traditions around the world. First up, in Finland, kids dress up in costumes (mostly witches) and ask for candy. The Australians have an Easter Bilby instead of an Easter Bunny. It’s an endangered animal that looks like a rat with long ears. In France, on Easter Monday, thousands gather to make a giant omelet. It feeds 1,000 people each year. Germans decorate trees with thousands of colored Easter eggs, while Brazilians take straw dolls of Judas out into the street and beat them up. In Scotland, it’s all about who’s egg can make it furthest down the hill without breaking, while in Guatemala, locals create mile-long carpets of colored sawdust in elaborate designs for people to walk through on their way to church on Easter Sunday. For our Easter tradition, mom made Pane di Pasqua, and Italian sweet bread baked around colored hard-boiled eggs.