Color Your Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid
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You can use Kool-Aid for more than just sweet drinks this spring! Follow this tutorial to learn how to Color Your Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid. Rather than buying Easter egg dye from the store, go the DIY route this year. Since each packet costs less than fifty cents, you definitely won’t be breaking bank with this DIY Easter craft. Plus, it’s a fun experiment to see how your egg colors will change from the different Kool-Aid flavors. Tip: while you should definitely experiment with different flavor options, avoid the lemonade one as it is too pale.
From the blogger: "Making colorful Easter eggs is super simple using this Kool-Aid technique. Different flavors of Kool-Aid will give you different colors, or you can combine flavors for even more creative color ideas. And with Kool-Aid only costing about 20 cents per packet, it's a very inexpensive way to dye your Easter eggs too!"
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Kool-Aid Packets
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