Need a new way to color Easter Eggs? Pintrest has it (duh).
No vinegar. No cups.
Just shaving cream and food coloring. Genius.
Shaving cream is pretty and very fun to play with. File that one away for a rainy day.
Then just roll your eggs around in it. I rolled mine without mixing the color in very much. I got very dark marbled eggs. The boys mixed in there colors first and they got more pastel lightly marbled eggs. Choose your own adventure.
Next step: send the kids to the tub.
Pro-tip. That which colors eggs, colors children. Mine required two baths and are still quite rainbow-esque. Hazel napped through the whole endeavor which turned out to be a good thing.