Non Toxic Egg Coloring Kit+.
This adorable egg crate contains everything you need for an afternoon or two of fun with your kids or grandkids or because you're a kid at heart. Kit includes: 3 powder-based coloring packets made with all natural vegetable & plant extracts with dried vinegar; eco-crayon for decorating eggs prior to dipping; grass seeds; 2 coconut husk pucks (just add water to make soil). Plus, a color chart and instructions. For ages 2–103! Non-toxic. Made in Maine, USA.
TIP: This kit is really two craft dates in one. We suggest starting with the grass because it takes about 48 hours to sprout.
- Made in the USA
- Toxin Free
- Made with only organic & natural fruit & veggie extracts
- Bold colors
- Handmade in Maine
WHAT DO THEY REPLACE?
Kits made in China and elsewhere containing artificial dyes. Artificial dyes have may cause allergic reactions or cause hyperactivity in children. There are those who argue the amount is minuscule, but it adds up in your daily food consumption. Who wants artificial anything? There are lots of articles on the web.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
6-pack egg carton kit contains:
- 3 all natural dyes
- color chart for creating 6 colors
- egg coloring instructions
- how to grow grass
- eco-coconut husk soil pucks
- organic wheat seeds
- eco-crayon rock
For ages 2+
- Dyes: 3 natural dyes made with gardenia flower, curcumin, annatto seeds, red radish, red cabbage, and purple sweet potato
- Soil: eco-coconut husk soil pucks
- Grass: organic wheat grass seeds
- Crayon: 100% pure beeswax, 100% natural soy wax, stearic acid, FDA approved, soy-based organic and inorganic pigments.
Recyclable box, printed responsibly in Maine, USA with certified wind power using soy ink. The dyes and soil pucks are in a clear plastic film, they will be eliminating these bags sometime in the future. In the meantime, recycle them wherever you drop off plastic bags.
Made by hand in Portland, Maine.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Eco-Kids is a family run business building creative play the natural way™. They started selling their now famous eco-dough (based on mom's special recipe) at public markets in and around Portland. They have since grown to include lots of natural art supplies that are safe for children and the world.