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Natural Egg Dyeing with Kitchen Leftovers

by Emily Roach
53 Flares Pin It Share 53 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 53 Flares × I am in love with holiday decorating. Easter included. Time to decorate those eggs! This year I finally took some time to do some egg dying with natural ingredients. Everything came from what I already had in the house. I ...

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