PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits & PAAS Easter Egg Decorator App PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits & PAAS Easter Egg Decorator App

PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits & PAAS Easter Egg Decorator App

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I received a great Easter Basket filled with some of PAAS newest Easter products. We had a fun time decorating and seeing who could come up with the Best Egg!

First, let me tell you how you can help the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Heinz Vinegar and PAAS have partnered to bring you the Easter Egg Decorator iPad app (for those who don’t have an iPad, the app can also be accessed online via desktop or laptop computer, links below). Through March 31, when you decorate and share a virtual Easter egg with family and friends using the free app, Heinz and PAAS will donate $1, up to $25,000, to Make-A-Wish®.

PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits

This year PAAS has seven new decorating kits, including Volcano Eggsplosion, which uses melted crayon shavings to provide instant color, and Touch of Velvet, a kit that uses double stick adhesives and flocking powder to create fun, fuzzy shapes on your Easter creations. Our first step was to dye the eggs. I especially proud of my two-toned eggs!

PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits

For the brightest, most vivid colors, add one tablet and three tablespoons of Heinz Distilled White Vinegar to a PAAS Color Cup or a one-cup container. Once the tablet has dissolved, add ½ cup water and stir gently. Also, to help keep hard-cooked eggs from cracking, add two tablespoons of Heinz Distilled White Vinegar per quart of water before placing the eggs in the pot. The shells will also peel off faster and easier when they’re done.

The first eggs we decorated we used the Touch of Velvet. These were easy to use and they turned out great. The kit comes with two sheets of stickers that you place on the egg (see the white rabbit). The velvet powder can be laid out and then you just roll the adhesive sticker into it. I then used the PAAS Deggorating Doodles (markers) to write Hoppy Easter.

For the Volcano Eggsplosion kit, the eggs need to be hot. This kit comes with crayons and a sharpener, so you can make shavings. Then once the eggs come out of the boiling water you melt the shavings over the eggs to create a tie-dye effect. This kit we are going to save for Easter Brunch.

PAAS Review: Easter Dying Kits

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    March 17, 2013 at 3:20 am

    Those are just too cute. One of my favorite parts of Easter is dyeing the eggs with my son. I love to do this and I am always looking for new and different ideas for egg dyeing so thanks for this information. I love the fact that they have an app on Ipad or you can use it on your laptop or computer and it donates to the make a wish foundation so I am definitely going to check this out. Thanks for sharing this.

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    Debbie Welchert
    March 17, 2013 at 5:21 am

    Wow these kits sound wonderful. I think my grandkids would have a lot of fun with the melted crayon ones.

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      March 17, 2013 at 1:57 pm

      I didn’t realize that the eggs had to be warm to use this kit so when we make them for Easter Sunday we are going to try this.

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    Kate F.
    March 17, 2013 at 10:47 pm

    We’ve used Paas for years to dye our Easter eggs. They have some really cool products.

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    marina marmolejo
    March 25, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    this is a great easter tradition to start with my kids!

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    April 3, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    Your eggs look so bright and pretty! I like the effect of the eggsplosion crayon shavings and the velvet stickers! And the two-tone colors look amazing. I wonder how you managed to do that? I would be using tongs!
    Paas is always an Easter tradition it seems. I’ll have to check out the app!
    Thanks for sharing your creations!

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