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We’re all about tradition, and when it comes to Easter, dyeing eggs is a classic activity. What kid doesn’t like to get their hands messy? As much as we’re fans of the tried-and-true methods of Easter egg decorating, we like to think of new and creative ways to dress up our little eggs in their festive best. Here are a few kid-approved Easter egg decorating alternatives that stay away from colored food dyes while still offering up an hour or two of traditional fun.
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