Easter Give-Away

I'm doing an Easter Give-Away in conjunction with my Easter appearance on Studio 5.  You can find all the instructions for making your own natural dyes in this blog post.

I'm giving away a package of the Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs from The Natural Earth Paint company!  All you have to do is add water, and the natural dyes made from vegetables, fruit and herbs are ready for dipping! No formulating necessary! (This packet was donated by this company for the give-away, along with the packet that I did my experimenting with).

I'm also including a package of a dozen "Faux Eggs" that take dye just like regular eggs. They look very realistic! I've added in 12 coordinating paper strips that can be taped or glued together to become egg holders!

Enter from March 27th until March 29th at 11:59 pm for your chance to win a kit, as well as a dozen faux eggs, and 12 custom paper egg holder strips. A random winner will be chosen and the kit will be shipped via priority mail on Monday, March 30th. Winner must be from the US (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).

The Rafflecopter giveaway is at the end of this post....sometimes it takes a moment to load, so hang in there! This is where you enter to win!!

You'll get extra entries for some of the options, so make sure to take a few extra minutes to do some pinning and liking on Facebook!

If you want to order this product, they are offering a 20% DISCOUNT for my readers and Studio 5 viewers! Just enter the promo code "STUDIO5" at checkout for the discount!

Thanks for visiting!

Click here for info on the Natural Egg Dye Kit

a Rafflecopter giveaway


korie said...

I think this drying rack will change Easter egg dying forever!!

korie said...

I might have already got this comment entered but I don't know if I did it right???

I think this drying rack will change Easter egg dying forever!! It's awesome!!! I love the blue eggs!!

BusyBee Emily said...

Korie, did you enter on the Rafflecopter form that's at the bottom of this post right before the comment section? If so, you entered!
The drying rack takes hardly any time to make...have fun!