Sometimes it’s amazing what you can do with everyday items. Just some fruits, vegetables and spices made these stunning stained Easter eggs. We’ve tried a bunch of ways to dye Easter eggs through the years but natural Easter egg dye might be my favorite. I love that these dyes are safe for my kids to get all over their little fingers and that they’re safer for the Earth that we will grow food from. We dipped and soaked and waited patiently for these eggs to dry to see what colors they would finally become. And some were a complete surprise! You can find all our recipes and see all the results up close on the blog today at www.sugarmaplefarmhouse.com. I’ll also add a link to my bio. #naturaleastereggdye#eastereggs#farmhouselife#myauthenticfarmhouse - 28 minutes ago
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