Monday, April 11, 2011

PAAS Easter Egg Dye Kits Review

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Easter is almost here!   Are you ready to dye Easter eggs?  All the kids love dying and decorating Easter eggs, as well as all of us grownups.  The big decision of what color and what design.  PAAS has 21 different kinds of kits, along with color snaps and color cups.  So, get your PAAS Easter egg kits now, before it's too late! 


Thank you PAAS for giving me the opportunity to do this review!

I received the following PASS Easter Egg Dye Kits:


Easter Traditions 4 in 1 Kit

Sharing the traditions of Easter with your children is important and you can now express the stories of a favored past time with PAAS Easter Traditions kit!  Easter Traditions kit contains all of the materials needed to not only decorate Easter eggs, but also tell the story of Easter.

Fun Egg Spressions 6 in 1 Kit

The excitement will never end with this all in one activity kit that provides hours of fun!  PAAS Fun Eggspressions kit is gender neutral offering themes for boys and girls.

Wild Wheels 3 in 1 Kit

Kids can now decorate their Easter eggs to look like a flashy race car or the winner at the finish line with PAAS Wild Wheels kit!

Basket Buddies 3 in 1 Kit

Children love animals – especially puppies, kittens and bunnies.  Now you can decorate your Easter basket to look like your family friend with PAAS Basket Buddies!

Pirate Princess 3 in 1 Kit

Kids love to express their personality in a variety of ways. What better way than with PAAS Pirate Princess!  Kids will be able to dye and decorate eggs with Pirates and Princesses for a world of fun!!

The family all got together and dyed Easter eggs, we had so much fun!  It is a yearly tradition in our family.  Of course then we had to have an Easter egg hunt, which was a lot of fun too.  Since it's not quite Easter we will have to do it again in another week and a half.

Did you know that PAAS has been helping Americans celebrate Easter for more than 125 years?

PAAS Easter EggsThe original PAAS Easter egg dye was invented by an American named William Townley.

Mr. Townley owned a drug store in Newark, New Jersey, where he concocted recipes for home products.  In the late 1800s, he came up with a recipe for Easter egg dye tablets that tinted eggs five cheerful colors.

Neighborhood families started buying Townley’s Easter Egg Dye packets in 1880 for only five cents and mixed them with water and white vinegar to create the perfect egg dye!

Soon, Mr. Townley realized that he had a wonderful product that other families would like to use to brighten their Easter tradition.  He renamed his business the PAAS Dye Company.  The name PAAS comes from “Passen,” the word that his Pennsylvania Dutch neighbors used for Easter.

Today, Americans purchase more than 10 million PAAS Easter Egg Color Kits during the Easter season, and use them to decorate as many as 180 million eggs!

Now—more than 125 years later—we believe Mr. Townley would be proud of PAAS’ perfect colors.  The original is still the best!



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A product was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

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