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  • Dyeing Easter eggs with shaving cream vs. Kool-Aid

    House + Home editor Cynthia Billhartz Gregorian experiments with dyeing Easter eggs first using shaving cream and gel food coloring, then Kool-Aid. One method turned out great. The other one? Not so much.

Dyeing Easter eggs with shaving cream vs. Kool-Aid

House + Home editor Cynthia Billhartz Gregorian experiments with dyeing Easter eggs first using shaving cream and gel food coloring, then Kool-Aid. One method turned out great. The other one? Not so much.
cgregorian@kcstar.com