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How-To: Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

I love the site Curbly for all of its wonderful DIY projects. This video podcast that Curbly produced shows you how to dye Easter eggs with some very natural ingredients — such as onion skins and red cabbage. I love the way that these naturally dyed eggs look, so much more varied and vibrant than store-bought dyes. Take a look at the video to see how to make these lovely eggs in your home. Egg-cellent!

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enSue enSue 9 years
Neat. Thanks for the video.
SusanTeufel SusanTeufel 9 years
If you add a tsp of oil to a cup of dye, you get a really beautiful marble effect.
Starryeyeddreamer Starryeyeddreamer 9 years
Way cool! But it would take way too much time to be considered practical.
HipMom HipMom 9 years
I love this! I hate using commercial products to color eggs, I think it's ridiculous to get those beautiful organic free-range eggs and then use chemicals on them, because the egg shell is porous.
tkoblondee tkoblondee 9 years
Love this!
delia delia 9 years
If you use the wax drip method, you can also just warm the egg and smooth the wax over the shell. This gives the egg a sheen and really makes the colors pop!
DreaAST DreaAST 9 years
I hate to color eggs. I guess it is because I am not artistic in no way so my eggs always look terrible!
duplinger duplinger 9 years
That is amazing but soo time consuming!!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
I can't wait to color eggs.
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