As far back as I can recall, Heinz Vinegar and PAAS have been a part of our Easter egg dying activities. I always trust PAAS colors to be true and Heinz vinegar to add the "oomph" to bring those colors to their very brightest shine.
Over the years, PAAS has surprised us with new and innovative products to create clever Easter egg patterns and textures. One of my very favorite products are the PAAS Color Cups. The egg-shape design ensures a perfect fit, the plastic form is a lot easier on the eggs than glass which reduces the amount of cracks during dying, and the cup colors make it super easy to identify what color your dipping into (this is super helpful for little ones.)
|PAAS Color Cups|
Using a variety of techniques, it's easy to create custom eggs for your Easter celebration from vibrant hues to muted pastels... don't you just love the gorgeous colors?
Don't have time to dye eggs this year or wish you could send some to a distant friend or relative? PAAS and Heinz have a solutions for that, too! Visit the PAAS/Heinz Egg Decorator website http://www.heinzpaaseaster.com to download the egg decorator app or to access it from your desktop.
You can create and send a virtual decorated egg to family and friends... and by doing so, a donation will be made to Make-A-Wish! Until March 31, each time you decorate and share a virtual Easter egg using the free app, Heinz and PAAS will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish.
Be warned, though, this app is highly addictive! You can choose the color and hue of the eggs, add embellishments like stamped shapes and stickers, even spray paint or write on your virtual egg. I had a blast creating individualized eggs for each recipient.
You get to have fun and brighten someone's day while contributing to a terrific cause- what a lovely way to celebrate the spring season!
Traditions make our holidays more meaningful and offer the opportunity for strengthening family bonds when you share a common, loved activities. It's nice have companies like PAAS and Heinz that stand the test of time and continue to enhance our Easter egg dying traditions.
Thanks to PAAS and Heinz for providing samples to facilitate this discussion. All thoughts and opinions are that of Rural Mom.