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This was a wonderful way to color easter eggs!! My kids loved it!! My son let his eggs sit for several minutes before rinsing them and ended up with dark, vibrant colors and my daughter rinsed her quicky and hers were soft pastels. They enjoyed this more than dipping eggs in dyes as they had more of a creative hand in the process. And I loved how easy and clean it was to do them in the kitchen sink!! Thank you, we had a great family night with this recipe!!

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TnuSami March 22, 2008

My kids are a bit older so it's been awhile since I've colored Easter eggs but this was really fun! They were quick and easy to make. So much easier than all of the little cups that I remember using. They turned out very pretty too! Thanks so much for posting!!

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mydesigirl April 17, 2009

Fun to do with kids of any age, my Carly's twelve and you'd think she was six the way she was carrying on. Made for the Easter Egg Hunt 2009.

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Julie B's Hive April 11, 2009

This was super easy and fun to do. Even my 15 year old son enjoyed doing eggs this Easter. Thanks for the recipe

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Cilantro in Canada May 24, 2008
Tie-Dye Easter Eggs