Naturally dyeing eggs is really not complicated at all. In fact, they're super fun to DIY. The process lends itself easily to experimentation and improvisation, and the results are gorgeous. These naturally dyed Easter eggs are suffused with vibrant, deep, natural color, and are sure to lend warmth and beauty to your Easter celebration. Best part? No chemicals! Check out this guide for the dye recipes.

How to Dye Beautiful Easter Eggs Naturally

These naturally dyed Easter eggs are suffused with vibrant, deep, natural color, and are sure to lend warmth and beauty to your Easter celebration. No chemicals! Check out this guide for the dye recipes.

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Charmed Life: Olive Eggers--For Green Eggs and Ham! I thought this was very interesting and one of these days, I plan to have chickens, although may not care what egg color they have.

I'm in love with these Easter Egg idea.Ombré Easter Eggs, one of eleven Easter Egg decorating projects from Country Living.

Wow. I believe the technique is to leave the wax on, unlike pysanka which is more like batik. But the detail is stunning., Ukraine,

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Drying naturally dyed eggs on a cooling rack

Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

Love the colors. All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades. Leave eggs soaking in the dye in the refrigerator overnight for the richest colors.

Araucana blue egg layer crossed with a Marans = "Olive Eggers" I have French Black copper Marans Roosters if anyone wants to get started.

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Weekend Notes (And the sweetest eggs

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Turmeric & Cabbage for Green

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Turmeric & Cabbage for Green

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Turmeric & Cabbage for Green ⋆ Design Mom

If you’re turned off by the chemicals in store-bought Easter egg dye, try these six all-natural options.

If you’re turned off by the chemicals in store-bought Easter egg dye, try these six all-natural options. Each features a coloring agent—a vegetable, fruit juice, or spice—that gives color to hard-boiled eggs.

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Use Beets for Red

These pretty blue eggs were dyed using cabbage leaves. Click through for instructions.

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Use Cabbage for Blue

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Use Cabbage for Blue ⋆ Design Mom

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The bird egg collection at the Delaware Museum of Natural History is an incredible treasure of thousands of eggs from around the world. photo by by Kevin Fleming

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