Sunday, March 31, 2013

ECO EGG DYE KIT

Hey finesees!  Did you know that eggs were originally dyed red in remembrance of Christ's blood?  I definitely didn't.  Current theory is they are dyed to resemble jelly beans, and symbolic of spring, fertility and renewal.  

Saturday night, the little and I dyed a few eggs with the Eco Egg Dye kit.  Dying eggs have gone to soo many intricate levels.  However, I decided to keep it simple as my "M" is only 3.  Additionaly I decided to go with an green kit as I knew the little would find her fingers in her mouth at some point doing this process.

First a little peek-a-boo photo session (pics taken with my new Canon T4i-LOVE my camera!):











HAPPY EASTER

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6 comments:

  1. Same to you! I didn't know that...don't think I remember seeing any dyed red. Hard to pay attention to your blog post with adorable pics like these! Can I have her, lol!

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    1. Hey Joi, I didn't know about the eggs dyed red either til I researched "easter egg origins". Check this out it gives a full run down. My little Miss M...you'd send her back after a day she talks non stop LOL

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_egg

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  2. The most adorable blog post EVER!!! <3 Maddy is so very #finessed! xoxo

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    1. Thanks Moni! I thought of you and Ali Poo and wondered what you guys did for Easter.

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