11 Ways to Naturally Dye Easter Eggs
We have fond memories of dunking white ovals into glasses of dark liquid and then being completely mystified when they came up a beautiful color. Here at Brit + Co, we haven’t quite gotten over the whole Easter egg craze. Maybe it’s our obsession with color or our love for all things holiday. Whatever the case, we thought it would be great to find some ways to dye our eggs naturally this year. With secret ingredients like cabbage and onions, these natural dyes will blow your egg-lovin’ mind. Check out these 11 tips for coloring eggs that’ll make you feel better about eating them later.
1. Veggie Dye Trifecta: Pastel hues, pressed flowers and feathers make these the perfect spring-inspired Easter eggs. All you’ll need are some leftover veggies — cabbage, carrots and beets — to create these beauts. (via Brit + Co)
Have you used any natural dyes for your Easter eggs? How did they turn out? Tell us below!