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Miffy Easter tote DIY

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Pink: 2 beets, shredded; 10 chopped blackberries; 2 Celestial Seasonings Wild Berry Zinger herbal tea bags Purple: 1 red cabbage, shredded; 1 beet, shredded; ½ cup grape juice; 2 Celestial Seasonings Wild Berry Zinger herbal tea bags Green: 1/2 bunch parsley, chopped; 2.5 oz spinach, chopped; 3 oz blueberries, slightly crushed; 1 tablespoon turmeric Gold: 3 tablespoons turmeric Orange-Yellow: 3 pinches of saffron Brown: 1 quart coffee (no need to use any water; just add the vinegar)

Red Cabbage, Boiling Water, & Vinegar ~ Robin's Egg Blue Blueberries & Water ~ Bluish-Gray Eggs Tumeric, Boiling Water, and Vinegar~ Mustard Yellow Eggs Brewed Coffee ~ Golden Brown Eggs Beets, Boiling Water, & Vinegar ~ Pale Pink Eggs

Natural Easter Egg Dyes! Use natural ingredients to dye Easter eggs instead of using Red no.3 and Yellow no.5. It’s definitely more time consuming than using a conventional egg dye kit, but when you consider the additives used in traditional Easter egg dyes, I think you’ll agree it’s time well spent.

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