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Natural recipes for dying Easter eggs. We used yellow curry as well and it worked perfectly.

Naturally dyed eggs. Another great way to show your kids that nature is amazing!

Vibrant Easter Eggs, dyed naturally. Thought this would also be a good teaching tool for history...how textiles were dyed long ago. Maybe even try to dye different materials like cotton fabric, yarn, etc with the the natural dyes (science).

natural egg dye :) try the red cabbage and vinegar for blue instead of blueberries :)

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These jewel-colored eggs are so beautiful we often have egg dying get-togethers with our friends and their kids to make them. And you don’t have to rely on commercial products to create them, either. Your refrigerator and pantry hold a cornucopia of fruits, vegetables, and spices that can be turned into a rainbow of distinctive dyes.

EASTER ♥ Gold-Dipped Easter Eggs - This little project could not have been easier. I combined red + pink Paas Easter egg dye to get the right shade of pink, then used non-toxic gold paint to dip them. (Be sure to let them dry overnight!)

how flippin' neat! silk-necktie-dyed eggs! Tightly wrap & tie the silk from a necktie around an egg, wrap again with a white cotton cloth, boil eggs for 20 minin water with 1/4 c. of white vinegar, dry, and the pattern from the tie gets imprinted on the eggs! Definitely trying this one! :)