DIY Vegetable Dyed Easter Eggs

DIY Vegetable Dyed Easter Eggs :: nurturedmama.net

Over on Liz Lamoreux’s blog this week, I’m sharing another project for her Pinned It, Did It series.

This spring I wanted to try making naturally dyed Easter eggs, as I’m forever disappointed in the limp colors from the drug store egg-dying kits. And wow, was I happy with the way these came out! They were much easier to make than I expected, too. You can read all about what vegetables I used and see more of the gorgeous colors at Liz’s blog.

I’m going to be filling in for Meg, the regular writer of this series, for the next few months while she bonds with her new baby. Keep an eye out, because I have some good stuff planned! A couple of sewing projects, yummy treats from the kitchen and even an educational craft to make with little ones.

And if you need even more yummy color? Catch me on Instagram to see the yarn I dyed with the leftover color when I was done with the eggs. I’m swooning!

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2 Responses to DIY Vegetable Dyed Easter Eggs

  1. Helen April 17, 2014 at 2:34 pm #

    Hi Dona, completely irrelevant and sorry, I’ve not even clicked through to the full post yet – but is that bowl one that’s pale blue inside with sort of Japanese-like flower patterns? It looks just like one I have remaining from what was a much-loved set, and I’d love to know where you got it from if it’s the same!
    Thank you – I’ll go and read the post now 🙂
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    • Doña April 21, 2014 at 11:05 am #

      Hi Helen, I wish I could tell you where I got that bowl, but I can’t remember. Probably Cost Plus World Market? I only ever had one of it, so I don’t know if it was from a set or not! I know I bought it a few years ago, so it is unlikely they still have them…

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