By Published On: April 2, 2015

If you’ve worked with or are a graphic designer you know we’re a little obsessive about color and the Pantone system is our number one reference. Since it’s Easter time we were wondering if there was a way to dye our eggs in our favorite Pantone colors. Turns out McCormick has done a lot of the work for us. They used the Pantone fashion palette which is very different than the print palette but it’ll do. So, ready for some Marsala colored eggs this year? Check out the McCormick Pantone Easter Egg guide.


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