Decorating Eggs With The Eggmazing Egg Decorator

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Every year for Easter we decorate eggs and honestly I usually dread it. I hate boiling the eggs, bringing out all the decorations, getting the cups of dye and hoping my kids don’t knock any over. I hate egg dye!

Well thanks to an inventor from Shark Tank, there is a new way to decorate eggs. The Eggmazing Egg Decorator is a plastic case that you put 4 AA batteries in and then a hard boiled egg. You can switch it on and off and watch it spin while running your markers along the egg to decorate it. Kids can even put the egg on it themselves as you literally just place the egg in the whole.

So yes I still have to hard boil eggs but no more cups of dye! I was worried my kids would miss the dye but they were so excited to try something new and loved the control of the colors. We only did six eggs to try it out but they asked to do more.

My family absolutely love The Eggmazing Egg Decorator. It makes the dreaded egg decorating not so terrible! We have amazing eggs I am proud to show off and my kids were all proud of their creations.

Oh and you get eight non-toxic markers of various colors perfect for any colored designs.

So next time you break out the hard-boiled eggs and get ready to start decorating, keep The Eggmazing Egg Decorator in mind for a much better family experience!

Find The Eggmazing Egg Decorator 

In just a year, over 5,000 neighborhood shops and big box retailers have stocked The Eggmazing Egg Decorator affordable and adorable kit. Families have found them at Learning Express, Albertsons, Fred Meyer, Kroger, Paper Source, Justice, Bed Bath & Beyond and Walmart to name drop a few! The products are also sold in Canada.

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  1. Laurie Nykaza says

    We dye eggs and also wrap them in silk to put a pattern on them too.

  2. We usually dye them.

  3. Amy Deeter says

    we get the dye kits from the dollar store and use different colors

  4. Kayla Klontz says

    We usually use egg dye kits to do ours.

  5. Leah Shumack says

    We usually dye eggs for Easter! My daughter doesn’t do anything else to them…sometimes adds some stickers!

  6. Jillian Too says

    We usually decorate with dye.

  7. Colleen Maurina says

    We use the usual cups of different colored dyes to color our Easter eggs. This would be so much less messier and very fun for the kids!

  8. amber kolb says

    We use egg dippers and food coloring – the old fashioned way 🙂 This looks like much more fun! The girls would love it. They are 4 and 8.

  9. Daniel Thuet says

    We usually use a dye kit to color our eggs.

  10. The kids go over every year to my parents to dye eggs with my mom
    They use food coloring or egg packs

  11. teresa kunberger says

    We use shaving cream and food coloring

  12. We normally use the PAZ dye… but sometimes we play around with other kits

  13. We use use Q tips and food dye.

  14. We usually use food dye.

  15. Robin Abrams says

    We usually use food dye

  16. We usually draw on our eggs with crayons and dip them in food dye. Sometimes we will put stickers on our eggs.

  17. We usually buy the kits.

  18. We usually dye them with a grocery store kit and make a huge mess!

  19. We usually dye them although last year we tried the whipped cream/food coloring trick, but that didn’t work out to well for us!

  20. Antoinette M says

    We color with Koolaid mix and use markers/stickers.

  21. We use those wraps that you can boil onto the eggs.

  22. We usually use the Paas kit!

  23. We use the egg coloring kits where you dip the eggs in the bowls of color. This looks like much more fun. Thank you for the chance to win.

  24. Julie Tardi says

    I buy a dye kit but I love trying new things

  25. With water and dye tablets!

  26. Lisa Williams says

    I buy one of the usual dye kits from the store.

  27. sandra adams says

    That looks so cool!! We usually do a mixture of dye cups and some the kids draw in with markers .

  28. Nidhi Chauhan says

    We use dye kit.

  29. I don’t color eggs and haven’t for years. My great niece and great nephew color eggs with their parents and use the dip into dye method. 🙂

  30. Tori Howes says

    We usually stick to the old school way but still have fun. This looks like a fun change of pace.

  31. Donna L Holder says

    always the old way. love it

  32. Anne Taylor says

    We have been using whipped cream and colours in the cream!

  33. Kimberly Snyder says

    We use the egg coloring kits, but I just saw where a whisk makes an awesome egg holder, for little ones to dip them into color.

  34. Alayna Bruce says

    I always dread using egg dye too! It seems like each year there’s another color stained on something! This product would be perfect for my 5year old! Cant wait to try!

  35. Gina Ferrell says

    We typically use an dye egg kit and dip them in cups.

  36. dye kit

  37. We typically do the egg dye from the kits you can buy.

  38. Michel Keeler says

    I think this is so cool!!!! how fun

  39. we use egg dye in cups to color our eggs

  40. kimberly burnett says

    We usually color eggs with a regular dye kit. This looks really cool!

  41. crystle tellerday says

    the cups and egg dye

  42. Vickie L Couturier says

    i havent colored eggs in a long time,,but when I did it with my kids we covered the kitchen table with newspaper and towels and egg color an vinegar

  43. Abigail Gibson says

    I typically make a huge mess when decorating eggs. Try balancing an egg in a spoon with one hand and paint with the other.

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