blogDoes the Paas dying pack ever get old?

April 18, 2014

Such a classic product!

Paas egg dying packs, about $1.50 to purchase, it brings back so many memories and provides at least 30 minutes of enjoyment. Dying Easter eggs has always been a blast for me, which is strange since boiled eggs smell like dog and the smell of vinegar makes my stomach turn. Despite the fact that both boiled eggs and vinegar are used, it’s a must every year. This year, we achieved some interesting colors and textures. We played with pastel, crayons, even scratching the shell in addition to layering dyes.


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