Easter has come and gone. And now that I look back on it, thanks to social media, by Easter eggs were so "basic."

Like many of you, I too resorted the traditional way to dye the eggs by using water, vinegar, and some food coloring---And I must say that the eggs had a nice color to them.

However, after dying our Easter eggs I went to social media and suddenly realized that our eggs were so boring.

A friend of mine posted his kid's Easter eggs on Instagram and I was like, "How did they do that?" Well, now I know.

With the help of "The Eggmazing Egg Decorator," my friend's kids hit a home run with their Easter eggs this year. The device can be purchased for close to $30 and I wish I'd have known about this prior to Easter.

These eggs and their color schemes are AWESOME! And here's how they did it.

Nice stuff.

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