4 hours ago
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Kool Easter Fun
You may have seen this idea
on another post or THAT
other site that some are obsessed
with. :) If so, please excuse the repeat.
I personally think this is THE best
way to dye eggs for Easter.
Ready, Set, Go!
Boil your eggs and then let them
Gather some small containers and
your kool-aid packets.
Mix each packet with 2/3 C of water
CAUTION: Mix the colors over the
sink or on a covered surface so you
don't dye something you don't plan to.
The eggs don't have to stay in the "dye"
long because they will turn bright fast.
Remove from "dye" and place back in
the egg carton to dry.
Place eggs in a lidded container in the
fridge when finished.
Lemonade is too light.
Grape is too dark.
If you want a PINK egg, use
Pink Lemonade and a little
bit of Cherry.
If you want a Yellow egg, use
Lemonade and 1/4-1/2 pkg of
If you want a Purple egg,
use Grape and a little bit of
~Keep on Dreaming~
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Hi, seems so easy, here we use eggs as a door gift, next can make them colourful :)ReplyDelete
Ohh I want to try this! What a fun idea!ReplyDelete
Never heard of this before....I like this idea and I know my grans will too! thanks for sharingReplyDelete
What a cute idea! I never thought of using kool-aid. I know my grandchildren would like this. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Really??? Why didn't I think of this, what fun!!!ReplyDelete
Who doesn't love to dye eggs anyway? Thanks sweetie and have yourself a great Easter weekend!
I'm doin' the Resurrection Egg presentation in Kid's Church and then they all get a hollow chocolate bunny to represent the empty tomb....HE LIVES!!!!
God bless ya!
Cool idea. Have a Happy Easter ;)ReplyDelete
Yes, I think you are right, Melinda. Nothing dyes the counters better than Kool Aide!! So it must work well for the eggs also. Great idea!! Have a wonderful Easter. LindaReplyDelete
I just sat down after dying eggs for Easter and I wish I would've seen this first!! Kool-aid would be perfect for this and I will remember it for next year! Thanks for the tip and here's wishing you and Mr. Ken a very Happy Easter!!!ReplyDelete