Purified Water, Maltodextrim, Hydrozyethylcellose, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Polysorbate-20, Propylene Glycol, Methylparaben Tetrasodium EDTA, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Yellow No. 5.
Helpful hints: 1. Hard boil clean, white eggs in enamel, stainless steel or glass pan. (Do not use aluminum or iron). 2. Let eggs cool to room temperature. 3. Set up storage display tray by punching out the perforated discs on back of box. Tape ends of box for added strength. Directions: 1. Cover entire work area with newspaper. 2. Snip open packets of egg color and pour one color into each well. 3. Color Droppers are designed to use only a little color at a time so you can color more eggs. Color Droppers also give you more control so you can create more beautiful eggs! 4. Pinch Color Dropper and dip into dye. Release pressure until dropper draws up a few drops of color. 5. Place egg inside coloring bag and squeeze out 2-3 drops of color onto egg. 6. Using both hands, rub the outside of the color bag until the area of egg you want to color is covered. 7. To add another color, use a clean Color Dropper and repeat. 8. Place colored egg onto pins in drying area. 9. After egg is dry, place on display tray. 10. Note: If you store colored eggs in your refrigerator, the egg dyes will become wet again and may stain. Please take care. Some colorful hints: 1. For best results, use 2 or 3 colors per egg. 2. Using all 5 colors on one egg will create a dark, muddy effect and is not recommended. 3. Create some new shades and effects by following this color chart: Yellow + Red= Orange, Yellow + Blue= Green, Yellow + Green= Spring Green, Red + Blue= Purple, Purple + Red= Easter Purple, Green + Blue= Springtime Aqua.
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