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  • Rosa Say

    Natural Egg Dyes ~ look at that deep blue from red cabbage leaves!

  • Margaux Drake

    Natures Natural Colors for Easter Egg Dye. Have to try onion skins and coffee next year!

  • Debbi Powers

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  • Emu Ridge

    I love these ideas if you’re wanting Natural food dyes for deep, rich, earthy coloured Easter eggs! Aren’t they beautiful? Anything from wine to onion skins can be used as an all natural dye. All you need to do is put the eggs in boiling water with your desired “natural dye” and boil away for 8 – 10mins. Great way to get the family together over Easter and create something different.

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