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Take Easter egg decorating to a new level with Eggmazing Egg Decorator

 

Do you and your family color eggs for Easter? My family does, even though our kids are not little anymore. Our kids are 19 and almost 22 (sigh…) but they both still enjoy coloring eggs.

Last year only my husband and I colored eggs (our kids were too busy with school, work and significant others).

Growing up we always used food coloring in a cup. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but these days there are so many other types of egg coloring kits, from tie-dye to sparkly and just about everything in between.

I’ve even tried a few other ways of coloring eggs including using shaving cream and markers on plastic bags (it gives the eggs a water-color look).

This year I tried a new product to color eggs. Actually, I brought it to work with me and let my “work kids” try it out for me. It’s called the Eggmazing Egg Decorator.

The Eggmazing Egg Decorator is an egg shaped “box” with an opening in the middle.

To use the Eggmazing Egg Decorator you first need to insert batteries. I can’t remember what type of batteries it took. I actually left the machines at work. Currently I am filling in as a site director at a different school, so I don’t have access to them to check out what batteries it took. I believe they take AA batteries.

Once you have the batteries in, you’ll need a hard boiled egg. Insert the egg into the opening in the center of the box, then turn on the switch found on the side of the box.

The Eggmazing Egg Decorator spins the egg, giving you the opportunity to create colorful stripes (or squiggly designs) on your eggs.

The Eggmazing Egg Decorator comes with a nice assortment of colorful markers. You can also use your own markers.

This brief video shows you the Eggmazing Egg Decorator in action.

 

It really is that easy. And the results are amazing – or should I say “Eggmazing!”

Here are some of my “work kids” having fun with the Eggmazing Egg Decorator. Please note that I had to “fuzz” out their faces for obvious reasons.

I was sent two units to review – thankfully. I have 18 “work kids” and they were all anxious to give it a try. If I had only one I’m sure there would have been a lot of arguing. Ha Ha.

You can make the colorful bands as thick or thin as you like, or make some thick AND thin. It’s totally up to you.

I took a photo of some of them (I used a cut up cardboard roll for a base). I wish I had taken more pictures of the finished product. Some of them really turned out beautiful.

A few of my “work kids” have very steady hands and made the most beautiful, colorful stripes on their eggs. These were some of the eggs left behind (the kids forgot to take them home that day). There were a few that I saw that I was very impressed with.

Children young and old can use and enjoy the Eggmazing Egg Decorator – including us “big kids.” It’s super easy to do.

The Eggmazing Egg Decorator sells for $24.95 and is available at Eggmazing.com. There are also decorating tips found on the website.

FYI… the Eggmazing Egg Decorator was first seen on Shark Tank. I love that show.

If you are interested in learning more about the Eggmazing Egg Decorator, visit the link above. You can also find the brand on social media. All of their links are found on the top left of the website.

What do you think about the fun Eggmazing Egg Decorator? Does it look like something you, or your family, might enjoy?

Kimberly

*I received free product samples to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

About Kimberly

Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.