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PreCentral: FunTime 3D eDesigner Easter for digital Easter eggs

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FunTime 3D eDesigner Easter for digital Easter eggs

So you’ve got your eggs, dye kit and your basket of chocolate Easter bunnies and rainbow peeps. Making those baskets take a lot of time and energy and the dye on the eggs you just made will take a few minutes to dry... but what if you break them? Remember that scene in Steel Magnolias while they were trying to take the Easter eggs to the church and they got crushed? There go your memories of this year, eh? Go digital this Easter - it's easier, it' cleaner, and you can print and share your Easter egg creations with family and friends.

How to do this? Use the $0.99 FunTime 3D eDesigner Easter. It's really simple to create your own special design that you can keep forever. Upon opening the app you're presented with several options that lead you to create the marvelous Easter egg of your digital dreams. You can even name and add a short message to said eggs. The five options allow you to add different textures and colors. There are dozens of textures to choose from, including words, hearts, and geometric designs. Adding color is a bit less straightforward, with funky arrows to adjust the color depth and hue. But once you've got that down you can choose to bathe your egg all in one color or use the spread of the digital rainbow.

Once all the designing is done you can actually touch the egg and turn it and make it face different directions. We know, "Ooooh... pretty...". You can save the file, spin it around on the screen and admite your creation, or even package it up an email and share it with your far-flung relatives. If you'e feeling particularly modern, you can even slap your TouchPad down on the dinner table for the Easter feast. Big, glowing, perfectly-made digital Easter eggs courtesy of FunTime 3D eDesigner Easter, or a little bowl of puny painted eggs that took hours to prepare and yet still look sloppy. Your choice, though we know which way we're leaning.

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