Happy Easter ! ! !
This year, our all natural Easter egg decoration method
will leave you
DYEING to try them . . .
Have you tried using the vegetables in your fridge to create all-natural Easter egg dyes?
From beats to turmeric, there are all sorts of food items you could scrounge up in your kitchen that can dye those eggs and is the safest for kids (or anyone) to handle!
Take all the vegetables, per color, and chop them all up. Then place them into individual, separated, smaller bowls. Set aside.
After boiling the eggs, set aside, cool in the fridge. Then pour the hot water from the pot into the separated smaller bowls and let sit soaking over night. The hot water will extract the color over night and be ready to dye on Easter day!
This is a great, basic list of common veggies that can be used to make
all-natural egg dyes!
Want to add some more flare?
Try some of these plant print patterns!
You can have a safe and stylish Easter!
Happy Dyeing, everyone!
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