20 Fantastic Ideas for Dyeing and Decorating Easter Eggs
Written by Jen Betterley
Jen of Hey! Jen Renee shares these fun "Kool-Eggs" for Easter -- and we couldn't agree with her more when she says, "I mean, why not? It smells fruity and awesome. It makes me nostalgic for hot summer days at the pool."
Noting that Kool-Aid can be a tad bit messy and that all mixing should be done over the sink to prevent stained countertops, Jen says that you can typically find about five Kool-Aid packets for only $1, and that this dyeing project only requires two steps: dunking the eggs into the Kool-Aid/water mix and stirring. Super-easy, inexpensive, and gorgeous! Be sure to check out her full post for more fun tips.