Dye Your Easter Eggs with Cool Whip!
One of the best and most beloved Easter traditions is, of course, the annual dying of the Easter eggs.
If you have little ones at home, you know that's ALWAYS easier said then done. The worst part being the huge mess you have to clean up afterwards. What if you could participate in the oldest Easter tradition in the books without having to mop the kitchen and/or dining room floor afterwards?
Would you try it? Check it this new method of dying Easter Eggs to solve ALL your messy problems!
It's so simple, right? The designs on the eggs once finished are really different, too. They look really cool! One important note: it's suggested that you use liquid food coloring as opposed to powder to make it easier to mix in the cool whip.