How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

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Are you looking for a Natural Alternative to Easter Egg Dye?  A few years ago I gave these natural egg dyes a try and I was amazed!  My favorite one, hands down, was the onion peels!  They produce the most beautiful orange color!  The entire process was even a great Science experiment for kids because often, the color you think the eggs will become is completely different than the color produced.  Read the infographic below to see what I mean. Have a wonderful Easter ~ Victoria


 How to Colour Easter Eggs with Natural Dyes

What is your favorite natural Easter egg dye tip?


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9 thoughts on “How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

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    Thank you for sharing these tips on how to dye Easter eggs and have a safe and Happy Easter.

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    I love this post! I’m always looking for natural ways to do things. Thanks!

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    Wow. Cool!! Pinning this for reference. Thank you!

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    I really like this. I want to do it with the kids instead of dyes. Thank you for the information.

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    The chart has very detailed information – looks like a fun way to incorporate some science into our egg dying session!

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    This is a great chart. I like natural ideas!

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    I’ve checked out recipes on pinterest every Spring and still haven’t done this yet. It’s on my list though!

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    I am surprised at the colors they produce. This would be so much more fun than just using regular dye. You can start the fun long before by having the kids help collect the ingredients for the project!

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