The Original EggMazing Egg Decorator | Source: Hey Buddy, Hey Pal

Well, this is egg-citing.

Dying Easter eggs is a longstanding family tradition, giving kids the opportunity to unplug and get creative. But the egg-sperts at Hey Buddy, Hey Pal are revolutionizing how families decorate Easter eggs with The Original EggMazing Egg Decorator.

Say goodbye to cups full of vinegar and dye, those crazy annoying metal dunker things, and big messes around the kitchen. EggMazing is a less-mess solution that lets kids color their Easter eggs in a totally unique way. And all you’ll need is a few AA batteries and hard-boiled eggs!

The EggMazing Egg Decorator is super easy to use, and is designed for kids ages 3 and up. Just pop the egg in its place, turn on the machine, and watch as the egg spins in a circle. Kids can hold one of the eight included markers to the egg to watch as it makes a perfect stripe of color. Kids can move the marker gently up and down the egg to create unique designs, and switch up colors for pretty combinations.

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While most dye kits come with just a few dye tablets, EggMazing includes eight markers for lots of creative possibilities. Kids can mix, blend, and design their eggs any way they want. Pro tips from an egg decorating egg-spert: Wait a few seconds between switching up a color to avoid blending, and don’t apply any pressure to the marker — just simply touch it to the egg!

EggMazing Bunny Egg Decorator | Source: Hey Buddy, Hey Pal

The EggMazing Egg Decorator also comes in a cute bunny version, and multiple kids can make their eggs at the same time if you have more than one machine. Plus, the fun doesn’t just stop at Easter. Hey Buddy, Hey Pal also makes a Tree-mendous Tree Ornament Decorator, as well as a DinoMazing Dinosaur Egg Decorator, which also comes with surprise dinosaur figures and slime.

The EggMazing Egg Decorator is a revolutionary product that is ushering in a new tradition and style of egg decorating. It’s a must-have for families during the Easter season and beyond. After all, you can enjoy a brightly colored, hard-boiled egg any time, right?