There is a growing movement in Europe to create Easter gifting for everyone.

Here’s how.

I am an atheist.

It has been an Easter year since I’ve been on this earth, and it feels like a holy year, says Tania Zuber, 28, a freelance writer who has been blogging about religion for a decade.

Every year, there’s an extra bit of magic, a new wonderland, she says.

“It’s not like it’s just a holiday, it’s an Easter.”

Zuber says she’s had her fair share of requests for Easter gifts, but she’s always felt she had to be a little careful.

She had to make sure she didn’t mix up the holiday and religion, and that she didn