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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

This is our favorite way to dye eggs....the colors are just beautiful! We use stuff that we already have around the house and are always pleased with how they turn out. One of my favorites is to use grape juice and vinegar for a lovely lavender color. I also LOVE the dark pink that using beets, boiling water, and vinegar produce! Gorgeous!We use all kinds of items that are found in most pantries or refrigerators already…..paprika, orange peel, onion skins, carrots, strong coffee……I think the color of naturally dyed eggs is unmatched! For the full tutorial with recipes visit here:
Time: 1 Hours Difficulty: Easy
Love the colors that using natural items produce when dyeing eggs!
  • naturally dyed easter eggs, crafts, easter decorations, seasonal holiday decor
Items from around our home that we use to dye Easter eggs naturally. So easy and fun!

To see more: http://cottageintheoaks.com/2012/04/06/naturally-dyed-easter-eggs/

Got a question about this project?

  • Jeanine Wester
    Jeanine Wester Peoria, IL

    I live in a city and the brown eggs are way more expensive. I like the brown idea if you don't have natural brown ones or chickens to lay your own eggs. They provide a nice contrast to the colored ones.

  • Terri Austill
    Terri Austill Godfrey, IL

    They're all beautiful! Better color than those tablets you dissolve!

  • Daune | Cottage in the Oaks

    Thanks, @Terri Austill ! I agree….I just love the colors! =)

  • Charlene Wilson
    Charlene Wilson Renton, WA

    Beet juice makes pretty eggs.

  • Daune | Cottage in the Oaks

    Yes…it certainly does! Hope you're having a great day, @Charlene Wilson !

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