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  1. Wow! I haven’t done this since I was little but I really want to give it ago now :P Great blog btw


  2. The grey eggs look beautiful! They all do actually but I never would of even considered trying to dye an Easter egg grey until I saw these pics.

  3. Okay, this is SO cool! It’s too late for this year, since my husband already succumbed to the lure of the Paas kits, but next year for sure I want to try this! It’s so much more fun than the mechanical “drop an egg in the pink stuff and, big surprise, pink eggs!” thing…Thank you!

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  5. Aloha,
    I did this a few days ago and the beet juice was fabulous! We also made cards that i’m going to display on my blog, Mom’s Best Bets-love you blog BTW








  6. My grandmother always died some eggs by boiling them with onion skins. They become a dark red-brown. I always do a half-dozen in her memory.

  7. I love this kind of stuff takes me right back to when I was a kid. Simple joys :-)

    BB

  8. This makes me want to have kids so I can do kids stuff with them :-)

  9. t is more time-consuming than using a store-bought conventional egg dye kit (and I highly recommend preparing the egg dye baths a few hours before you plan to dye the eggs with the kiddos), but it is healthier for your kids and the environment. “Dyeing eggs the natural way gives you the opportunity to spend more time with your family, teaching kids to use alternative project methods that are healthier for them and the environment.” I think it will be a lot of fun and a great family project. Thank you for sharing :)

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