|My collection of Swedish Easter eggs.|
Budding branches - "Påskris" is the Swedish word for this. Many people will cut young, budding branches of birch, pussy willows, or other trees and put them in a vase inside. Often the branches are decorated with colorful feathers, and little Easter ornaments.
Children dressed as "witches" - This is a little reminiscent of the North American Halloween tradition. In Sweden, kids (usually young girls, but sometimes boys as well) dress up as "påskkärringar" ("Easter old ladies") by putting on long skirts, coloring their cheeks pink, and covering their heads with a scarf. Then they go from house to house and get candy or coins. This tradition originated with traditional folk-beliefs about witches flying off on their brooms to a place called Blåkulla. (There's a great photo of girls dressed up for Easter at the Sweden.se blog!)
Egg decorating - Yes, this tradition is familiar to people in many parts of the world! Hard-boiled eggs are decorated with paint, crayons or markers, and then eaten.
Easter buffets - For Easter, many Swedes eat dishes such as salmon, lamb, various kinds of pickled herring, and cured, oven-baked ham.
Finally: Glad Påsk! Or, in English, Happy Easter!