Natural dyes for Easter eggs

Use foods like turmeric, cranberry and raspberry juice, instant coffee, carrot tops and yellow onion skins, beets, dill seed, and red cabbage leaves to produce pink, green, brown, red, beige, yellow, and blue Easter egg dyes natural

Are those colors rich or what? Often times when I see natural dyes, they’re dull or limited to only beiges and browns. That blue is gorgeous and the red from the carrot tops is deeper than the normal earthy tones.

Wanna replicate it? RadMegan has a TON of photos, tutorials, tips, and ways to make these your own. The image above is cool and gives a nice description, but the up-close ones on her site will show you just how detailed and unique the texture of the eggs are, too. Pretty cool. :)

Via my sister.


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