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Naturally Dyed Eggs (with cabbage) - soak all eggs for about an hour, then each hour, take only one egg out. This will leave you with a varying shades of color.

Naturally Dyed Eggs (with cabbage) - soak all eggs for about an hour, then each hour, take only one egg out. This will leave you with a varying shades of color.

Easy Cabbage Dyed Eggs

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Use Cabbage for Blue

Easy Cabbage Dyed Eggs

DIY robin eggs for Easter using . . . red cabbage & edible gold paint. #Crafts #Robin_Eggs

DIY robin eggs for Easter using . . . red cabbage & edible gold paint. #Crafts #Robin_Eggs

Color eggs naturally

Color eggs naturally

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Naturally dyeing eggs is really not complicated at all. In fact, they're super fun to DIY. The process lends itself easily to experimentation and improvisation, and the results are gorgeous. These naturally dyed Easter eggs are suffused with vibrant, deep, natural color, and are sure to lend warmth and beauty to your Easter celebration. Best part? No chemicals! Check out this guide for the dye recipes.

How to Dye Beautiful Easter Eggs Naturally

Naturally dyeing eggs is really not complicated at all. In fact, they're super fun to DIY. The process lends itself easily to experimentation and improvisation, and the results are gorgeous. These naturally dyed Easter eggs are suffused with vibrant, deep, natural color, and are sure to lend warmth and beauty to your Easter celebration. Best part? No chemicals! Check out this guide for the dye recipes.

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Simple DIY Watercolor Wooden Eggs for the Easter Basket

DIY wooden watercolor eggs, Easter craft, Easter kids craft, watercolor wooden Easter Eggs, watercolor Easter eggs

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs:  Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring.  Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs.  Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg.   Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs: Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring. Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs. Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg. Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

17 Festive Rainbow Recipes to Brighten Your Spring Party!

16 Festive Rainbow Recipes to Brighten Your Spring Party!

17 Festive Rainbow Recipes to Brighten Your Spring Party!

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Gold and Pastel Easter Eggs

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