My sister had her grandchildren over the weekend, so they tried a great Easter Egg Hack and the kiddo's loved it! Easter is around the corner so let's try it too.

Kay Birgy Rickenberg

The FUN is in the preparing! This is my cute nephew, Dixon.

Kay Birgy Rickenberg

My sister is NEVER afraid to try anything! She had my sweet nephews over the weekend and decided to celebrate Easter. Kay saw this hack on the Delish Facebook page and just had to try it with her boys. They're SO cute and so is the final product. It's so easy and you probably already have the ingredients in your fridge.

 Waiting is the hardest part....... This is my sweet nephew, Logan!

Kay Birgy Rickenberg

My sister also gave a couple of tips, for anyone who wants to try it!

1. Let the eggs air dry after they soak in vinegar. If you wipe them too much, to dry them - the color doesn’t stick as well.
2. Rinse them with really cold water. Warm water diminishes the  color.

They had a great time creating these Easter Egg masterpieces! YOU can do it too.

Kay Birgy Rickenberg