Come on in! Join Pinterest today...it only takes like a second or so.
I was going to ask the same question. But in the photo it looks like onion peelings. I tried to get my google bar to translate. It was taking too long. If anyone has tried this. Please comment to what you boiled the eggs in.
It is onion skins. Here's a how-to (in English): http://www.thekitchn.com/pa...
these are beautiful! I love the idea of using tea... I'm not sure I'd like the smell of onion on them!
I thought it looked like onions, too, but then I thought I might be nuts. I guess vegetable dye makes sense. Wonder how they'd turn out using something vibrant like beets. . .
Its onion skins. In Indonesia, we have a traditional food called 'Telur Pindang', we're using red onion skins to get the perfect brownish color.
naturally dyed eggs
Silk dyed eggs
Ombre dyed eggs
Blueberry-dyed Easter eggs.
nature dyed eggs
#DIY Glitter eggs — learn how to make them at home.
Easter Egg's - Naturally Dyed.. Awesome.
Easter egg garland made with plastic Easter eggs #diy #easter #craft
Awesome Marbled Eggs