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Check out the EggMazing Easter Egg Decorator Kit!
There is a new option in town for decorating your Easter eggs! No messy dyes and beautifully colorful eggs! Watch our video and see how much fun we had with EggMazing!
Look, I love holiday traditions as much as the next mom. You know this is true because I am always posting all kinds of holiday related DIY ideas, snacks and other fun. One thing I could totally live without? Projects that involve big messes! Of course, if you have ever dyed Easter eggs the traditional way, you know that the dyes used to color the eggs can stain whatever you accidentally splash it on. There have been several years when the kids have not brought up dyeing eggs and I then refrained from reminding them.
Last year I saw the EggMazing Easter Egg Decorator Kit video making the rounds on social media and I made a mental note to give it a try this year with the kids.
Check Out Our EggMazing Video Here:
What’s included in the EggMazing Box:
8 nontoxic markers
Not included: hardboiled eggs (the directions recommend using large Grade A white eggs), 4 AA batteries
Have you tried making hardboiled eggs in the Instant Pot? It’s seriously SO easy!!
Where to Buy EggMazing Kit: Amazon
How to Use Eggmazing
We found this Easter Egg Decorating Kit to be VERY easy to use! There is really no learning curve and it’s ready to use right out of the box (after you add the batteries and eggs, of course).
After you have added your batteries, place a hardboiled egg on the rollers.
Turn the power switch to “on” and use one color marker at a time to decorate the egg as it spins.
The results speak for themselves! Beautiful!
The kids were able to color an entire dozen eggs with no help from me in less than half an hour. There was truly no mess and the only thing to clean up was putting the eggs back into the fridge and making sure that the marker lids were on tight.
We are giving this fun product two thumbs up! You still have time to grab an Eggmazing Easter Egg decorator before Easter (or if you have already dyed your eggs for this year, pick one up for next year!).
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