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  • Jackie Stiles

    Dyed Easter eggs with Rit Dye. They have a color chart so that you can make about 500 different colors. It’s important to stress that Rit Dye isn’t food safe, so if there’s any chance that someone in your household will be tempted to eat the eggs you’ve dyed, you can blow out the eggshells first.

  • Nicole McDonald

    Coloring eggs with RIT Dye... probably not safe to eat but very pretty!

  • Caroline Dobbeck

    Amazing vibrant colors. Dyeing Eggs with Rit Dye - Urban Comfort

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