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Easter Egg Decorating with PAAS and Heinz
Every year we challenge ourselves to decorate eggs even more creatively than the year before.We have tie dyed, used glitter, used glow-in-the-dark paint, done fingerprint eggs and much more.
This year we are going old school. We are jus dying them in bright colors.
DID YOU KNOW?
Every year, Americans dye and decorate more than 180 million eggs during the Easter season.
This year, PAAS has eight new decorating kits to help dress up those baskets, including this Go Wild kit, with trendy animal print patterns, and 3D Eggsplosion that allow you to view your designs in 3D!
To help make colors vivid and bright, add three tablespoons of Heinz® Distilled White Vinegar to the egg wash before dyeing the eggs.
- Also, to help keep hard-cooked eggs from cracking, add two tablespoons of Heinz Distilled White Vinegar to the water before placing the eggs in the pot.
- PAAS egg decorating kits can be found at most major grocery, drug and mass market stores. They retail from $2.99 – $5.99.
- Heinz Vinegar can be found at retailers nationwide. 16-ounce glass bottle (pint), $1.34; 32-ounce glass bottle (quart), $1.99
This year, PAAS Easter Egg Dyeing Kits and Heinz Vinegar have teamed up to create a free, “Egg Decorator” iPad app. For every person who dyes and shares an egg, PAAS and Heinz will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, up to $25,000.
- Simply search “PAAS/Heinz” in the iTunes App Store, download the app, and start decorating!
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Heinz and PAAS and received a Heinz Vinegar bottle, a PAAS Egg Dyeing Kit, and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.