This step by step tutorial of how to make homemade naturally dyed Easter eggs is an experiment using a variety of natural fruits, vegetables, spices and kitchen staples to color eggs. The length of time submerged, natural ingredient used and the visual results of each test is an amazing insight to the natural dyeing process.
It helps if you’re not too set on specific colors because the great joy of coloring eggs the natural way is that they are in charge. Sometimes it’s the texture of the eggs that makes a difference in absorbing the color. It can also be affected by the original hue (brown, white, blue or green) of the eggshell itself will affect the result.
You’ll want to keep the eggs in there at least 30 minutes and you can even leave them in overnight for more depth of color in the refrigerator. This is called the “cold method” of dyeing eggs because both the eggs and dye are at room temperature or colder.
This process is a great help to people seeking to move away from using store bought artificial dyes.
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