$1 Supply for Dyeing Easter Eggs
String's the thing to take your egg-dyeing up a notch. The cheap supply (and some food coloring and vinegar) are all you need to fill your Easter basket with a array of pretty pastel eggs.
[MUSIC] You will need: an apron, vinegar, rubber gloves, a teaspoon, food coloring, popsicle sticks, string, hot water, jars, a drying rack, hard-boiled eggs, and a slotted spoon. Add 1/2 cup hot water to jar. Add 1 teaspoon vinegar. Add food coloring to get desired color. Stir to combine. Cut a long piece of string. Wrap tightly around egg and tie the string together. Dip the egg into dye. Allow to soak until egg is desired shade and remove from the dye. Let dry. Once dry, remove string.