How to Blow Out Easter Eggs (and Dye Them Naturally)

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Once all your eggs are blown, it’s time to place the hollow eggs into the dye. (Turmeric is my favorite all-natural item for making colored eggs—such a gorgeous yellow!)

Coloring Easter Eggs with All-Natural Homemade Dyes

Easter Eggs Using All-Natural Dyes

First, you will want to prepare your all-natural dyes. Do this by using my tips on making homemade food coloring from fruits and vegetables. For each cup of food coloring (strained, of course) you make, add 3 teaspoons of white vinegar. For example, if you make 1 cup each of blue, pink, and yellow, you would add 3 teaspoons of vinegar to EACH cup of colored liquid.


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