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Traditional Lithuanian Easter egg decoration is an art form enjoyed by people around the world. That's why we're inviting Lithuania Tribune readers to make their own Easter eggs for a special article that will include information about some of our favourite submissions from our readers and the opportunity to win a free year-long private subscription to the Lithuania Tribune!
Enter the Lithuania Tribune Easter egg competition!
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To add your Easter egg to our special article about this traditional Lithuanian craft, send a picture of your decorated egg to dovilas@lithuaniatribune.com along with the following information:

1. Your name
2. Where you live
3. How you decorated your egg. Did you choose a traditional Lithuanian style, or go for something different?
4. Anything else you'd like to tell us about your egg!

Your Easter eggs will be featured in a special article to be published on Tuesday. Readers will be able to vote on their favourite eggs, and the owner of the most popular egg after a week of voting will receive a free 1-year subscription to the Lithuania Tribune!

We look forward to seeing your works of art – and feel free to show them to us here on Facebook as well!

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