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  • Krystal Starr Godwin

    Celebrate Easter Naturally: Dyeing Eggs with Plants and Spices | Waldorf Today - Waldorf Employment, Teaching Jobs, Positions & Vacancies in Waldorf Schools #easter #eastereggs #happyeaster #spring #holidays #happyholidays #springfling #springtime #pastels #easterideas #easterinspiration #planningforeaster www.gmichaelsalon.com

  • Dawson Lossing

    Natural Dye Easter Eggs. Pin leads to photographic and written instructions. Something to think about if you are like me and not overly fond of food coloring.

  • Jax Raymond

    Before heading out to the store to purchase the typical Easter egg dyes take a look in your pantry and refrigerator. You’d be surprised at the number of items you may already have on hand that will easily and naturally dye your Easter eggs. A variety of spices, vegetables and fruits will transform your eggs into hues of pinks, blues, purples, browns and yellows.

  • Amy Patella

    NATURALLY AND "TOXIC-FREE" DYED EASTER EGGS Cold method and Hot method: For the majority of these eggs use the cold method. Just mix the ingredients in a non-staining bowl (ie: glass is great) and add hard boiled eggs. Let them sit until the desired color is achieved. For the hot method add the ingredients and raw eggs to a non-aluminum pan, brought the mixture to a boil, reduced the heat and let simmer for 15 minutes. Remove from heat and let sit until eggs achieve the desired color.

  • Glee Gum

    Coloring Easter eggs? Here are some neat natural dye ideas.

  • Flying Penguin Toys

    Natural egg dye for Easter eggs #craft

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Painting an untreated wood bookshelf with rit dye. So inexpensive and such a variety of color choices.

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