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Happy Easter! Is your family dying eggs this year? I know there are a lot of fancy kits and other methods available, but this is the classic method we always seem to go back to using. I learned how to dye Easter eggs with vinegar and food coloring when I was a little girl, and I think I’ve done it this way almost every year since.
I like that I don’t have to buy anything special, we can just use things we already have around the house. Plus, it’s easy enough that the older kids can even do it themselves. They take a lot of pride in the designs they create.