Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

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Local food and botanicals are good for more than just eating! This spring, OurLocaltopia experimented with all sorts of naturally based dyed to color our holiday eggs. Check out some of the pictures here, and don't forget to watch our egg video!

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Blueberry dyed Easter eggs.

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We've found a few fun and creative ideas for Easter decorations for the home. Check out our egg, bunny and chick decorations. Now hop to it!

We dyed eggs in our tea and got some unexpected results! Learn how to make your own naturally colored Easter eggs by following our easy directions.

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natural easter eggs

DIY natural easter eggs. This is a European way to color eggs while you are boiling them.

DIY natural easter eggs. This is a European way to color eggs while you are boiling them.

Dye your eggs in natural beet juice - stunning appearance! Could use for deviled eggs too.

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DIY natural Easter eggs dyes

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This Easter, make your own natural Easter egg dyes at home!

Eco Friendly Decorating Easter Eggs With Natural Colors

Eco Friendly Decorating Easter Eggs With Natural Colors

The tradition of decorating Easter eggs in spring is ancient

Naturally dyed Easter eggs. Use purple cabbage for this fantastic blue. Full instructions included.

Easter Eggs

I tried natural Easter egg dyes for the first time this year. These eggs are dyed blue using purple cabbage, which takes a little longer than onions skins. I read several different sites for how to make natural-dyed eggs. I ended up combining several different techniques—here is what I did: Directions One medium head of purple cabbage, sliced Large white eggs Four tablespoons white vinegar and/or two teaspoons cream of tartar Hose (I used knee-highs, which were $1 for three pair) Assorted…

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Natural Easter Egg Dyes- A Comprehensive Visual Guide by Emily Weaver Brown Photography.  A blast to do with the kids, but also might have to try it on fabric.

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Natural Easter Egg Dying – a comprehensive visual guide

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The Original all natural egg coloring kit... just got even better! Now includes grass growing kit on which to display finished eggs. Fun for the ki...