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  • Inga Sabovica

    Easter Eggs Spinach = Pale Green Hibiscus tea = Green Blackberries = Deep Purple Red Cabbage = Robin’s egg Blue Cranberries = Lavender Beet Juice = Pale Pink * The longer you leave the eggs in, the more the color changes

  • Jeannie Reger

    Natural dyes for Easter eggs

  • Paul Ette

    beautiful eggs

  • Anna Johnson

    Natural Egg Dyes.... Spinach = Pale Green, Hibiscus tea = Green, Blackberries = Deep Purple, Red Cabbage = Robin’s egg Blue, Cranberries = Lavender, Beet Juice = Pale Pink, * The longer you leave the eggs in, the more the color changes.

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