This time of year there are some pretty amazing craft-tastic ideas online and in magazines, making it entirely possible to devote days to creating museum-quality Easter eggs, but we're taking a less design-y and more natural approach. After all, they’re eggs you might be stashing somewhere in the lawn.
Easter is a reminder of fertility and abundance, so I say turn on nature’s color and let loose.
Keep in mind the effect of these natural dyes varies depending on how concentrated the dye is, what color egg you use, and how long and how many times the eggs are immersed in the dye. I used half a purple cabbage, shredded, to dye four eggs. Err on the side of more material rather than less when creating your dye.
See full post with more tips, links, and resources on the Kitchn website: https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-vibrant-naturally-dyed-easter-eggs-holiday-projects-from-the-kitchn-112957
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