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  • Sylvia Ulmer

    Natural Dyes - http://www.simplebites.net/how-to-dye-easter-eggs-the-natural-way/

  • Marlene Lipson

    How to Dye Easter Eggs the Natural Way on http://www.simplebites.net. For someone who doesn't celebrate Easter, I'm seemingly obsessed with pretty eggs!

  • Kerry Johnson Swaney

    Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

  • Jennifer E

    Another natural egg dye tutorial from Simple Mom - look at those deep hues. She lets her eggs sit in the dye (in the refrigerator) for at least 30 minutes.

  • Annalee Davis

    Naturally dying eggs.

  • Skye B

    How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

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How to Dye Easter Eggs the Natural Way - I've seen several natural-Easter-egg-dye posts this week, but these eggs turned out so bright, vibrant, and beautiful.

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

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If you’re turned off by the chemicals in store-bought Easter egg dye, try these six all-natural options. Each features a coloring agent—a vegetable, fruit juice, or spice—that gives color to hard-boiled eggs.

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.

How to Make Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs {Ecocrazy Mom} - The Inspired Room

All-Natural Egg Dye. Boil the eggs in the pot with vinegar and cabbage to get blue eggs? Seriously? Got to try this.

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).

Why mess with the fake stuff when Mother Nature makes beautiful colors all her own? Natural #Easter Egg Dyes