Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Natural Easter Egg Colors

It's that time of year where everyone is rushing to the store to get egg dye to color Easter Eggs. As a kid, it was a tradition every year. My dad would spend 30 minutes on just one egg creating his masterpieces. I was too excited and would have half the eggs colored while he was doing his first egg. As I got older, I also started to take more time on my eggs. With the creation of sites like Pinterest, new ways of coloring eggs have popped up. One of the sites/blogs that I came across, had some really amazing looking eggs. They were sort of earthy and pleasing. I was intrigued by the colors, and the textures they left on the eggs so I thought I would share this with all my viewers. And it is nice that they are all made with natural ingredients.

For the egg dyes, Click here

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  1. That was a cool site. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. You are quite welcome Tami! When I find something neat, I love to share it with everyone else.