How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

 

It’s always so amazing to see the gorgeous colors that come from natural dyes.

Each day of the week leading up to Easter, my kids get to choose what color egg to eat for breakfast. It’s become a super-fun family tradition!

I must say, I’m happy knowing that no artificial dyes are going into their growing bodies as they enjoy this fun.

Look at these bright colors we have achieved, totally naturally :

 

How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally : www.theMagicOnions.com

 

Starting with the blue egg at 11 o’clock, here is what made each color – red cabbage (yes… that gorgeous turquoise came from red cabbage!), red onion skins (yellow), beetroot (orange), red cabbage, blueberries (almost black!), beetroot and blueberries.

Here is a detailed tutorial on how we dyed each egg :

 

How To Naturally Dye Easter Eggs

 

Happy Easter,

Blessings and magic,

Donni

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    1. I know, Natalie… didn’t it turn out gorgeously. We were expecting it to be in the red family and it was such a great surprise to see it go blue :)
      It is a fun family tradition.
      xo Donni

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