What is your favorite part of the Holiday’s?
Mine is to make cool crafts, decorations, and spend lots of fun time with my family. So when we were offered a chance to review PAAS Easter Egg Dyeing Kits, I was all over it.
This year PAAS and Heniz is raising money for Make-A-Wish Foundation. Every time someone decorates and shares an Easter egg with family and friends using the free app, you can find here. They will donate a $1, up to $25,000 to Make-A-Wish now through March 31st.
PAAS has seven new egg decorating kits.
- Volcano Eggsplosion
- Touch of Velvet
- Oh So Chic
- Egg Stampers
- Grip’ n Dip
- and more!
We love decorating eggs! This year we are going to try to cook our eggs before hand in the oven. We have heard it’s the easiest way to do it. Have you tried that yet?!
PAAS says to get the brightest, most vivid colors, add one tablet and three tablespoons of Heinz distilled white vinegar. Once the tablet has dissolved, add 1/2 cup water and stir gently. Also, a little trick to keep your eggs from cracking, add two tablespoons of Heniz distilled white vinegar per quart of water before placing eggs in pot.
Did you know that every year Americans dye more than 180 million eggs during Easter season?! I did not! That is a lot of eggs!!
A couple weeks before Easter, we decided to get out the eggs and have some fun! We have no lack of eggs in this house, since we have chickens. So making a few dozen was no biggie! Being big crafty people, we love to have fun with our creations. My hubby loves to get really artistic too! I love to make such fun memories with my kids. I couldn’t wait to have fun with them!
Here are some photo’s of some of our creations!
We had a really fun time! The kids got right into it. You can purchase PAAS egg decorating kits at most major grocery stores, drug stores, and mass market stores. They range in price from $1.99 to $4.25.
* We were given free product samples for review from Heniz and PAAS. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys.