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the eggs

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We used Koolaid for the first time this year for egg dyeing, and it worked out pretty well
for us. The colors turned out well. The only issue was the finger prints when removing them
from the dye and putting them on the drying rack. The color was permanent once they dried
completely. Will loved them! He loved holding them, smelling them, banging them together,
and hunting for them. When it came time to open and eat them, he wanted nothing more to do
with them after the first bite! Oh, well! Maybe next year!!

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