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  • Stacy Foreman

    dye easter eggs with kool-aid (NEVER buying egg dye again!) No vinegar! I may have to try this even though my kids are past the 'coloring eggs' age.

  • 💟Robin Gombert- Potts

    Instead of buying the expensive Easter egg dying kits, use Kool-aid! One packet of Kool-aid & 2/3 cups boiled hot water & not only do you have the most awesome egg dye that is cheaper than those other boxes of egg coloring dyes, but it also smells wonderful & the colors are MUCH MORE brighter & vibrant! :D *When using the lemonade flavor, mix with a little bit of orange to get a better yellow color, or it'll be too light. Happy #Easter & Hunting! #Economical #Koolaid #Frugal #Cheap #Ideas

  • Lisa Gaines

    I doubt that I might use this idea, but for my followers who have little kids, seems like a grand idea! Enjoy! dye easter eggs with kool-aid (NEVER buying egg dye again!)

  • Morgan Johnson

    kidlet crafts / dye easter eggs kool aid! Great idea!

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