More Friends = More Fun


Tweets !

8 HOURS AGO #QUIZ! What kind of shoe are you?

10 HOURS AGO Still a few hours left of #BlackFriday, and we're stocking up. What deals did you get today?

11 HOURS AGO 5 ways to deal when you're feeling down: r


sponsored links

How to dye the perfect Easter egg--no kit required!



What you’ll need:

4 (or more) hard-boiled eggs (ask Mom for help)

4 hard plastic cups or dark mugs (that won’t get stained)

1 pack of food coloring

Large spoon

2 cups boiling water

4 tsp distilled white vinegar

Newspaper or wax paper


What you’ll do:

  1. Set out your four cups or mugs on top of newspaper or wax paper.
  2. Fill each cup with 1 tsp vinegar and 10-20 drops of food coloring (depending on how strong you want the color: refer to chart for ratios).
  3. Carefully fill each cup with ½ cup of boiling water.
  4. Using the large spoon, gently drop an egg into each cup, one at a time. Let sit for 5-10 minutes, rotating ever so often to make sure the dye is even.
  5. Using spoon, remove eggs from cups and let dry on wire rack or egg crate. Refrigerate when dry.


Color chart:

Use these ratios below to create your perfect color

Orange: 2 drops Red, 3 drops Yellow

Coral: 3 drops Red, 2 drops Yellow

Pink: 4 drops Red, 1 drop Blue

Turquoise blue: 4 drops Blue, 1 drop Green

Seafoam green: 3 drops Green, 1 drop Blue

Lime green: 3 drops Yellow, 1 drop Green

Violet: 2 drops Red, 2 drops Blue


POSTED IN , , , , ,

comments powered by Disqus
As the holidays really take off, what's one thing you HAVE to do this year?


WIN IT! Can *you* solve the mystery?



Dive into the weird, wonderful world of Curiosity House: The Shrunken HeadCLICK HERE for your chance to win it—and to explore Dumfrey's Dime Museum of Freaks, Oddities and Wonders.

Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links