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  • Heather Distelzweig Mohler

    All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes - love the idea and SUPER love the colors but it seems like a lot of work.

  • Kathy

    DIY All Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes. If you found the all natural dye chart on this post too daunting, look at the Better Homes and Gardens post here. I like the subtle colors that blueberries, red onion skins, paprika, turmeric, apples, and even tea can dye almost anything. EDIT: link fixed.

  • Kathie France

    All Natural Egg dye Recipes - These subtle colors look so much more appealing than chemical colors

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All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades. Leave eggs soaking in the dye in the refrigerator overnight for the richest colors.

Natural Easter Egg Dye If Mother Nature dyed Easter eggs, they'd probably feature something like these beautifully subdued shades. The secret is natural dyes made with household ingredients such as strong coffee, grape juice, blueberries, orange peel, and beet juice. Follow the link below for recipes.

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 Easter Egg Dyes via annies-eats.com ie: blueberries, red cabbage, spinach, carrot, beets, & grape juice

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.