Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs….

You guys are a treasure!

Thank you for the sweet comments and e-mails about

my daughter’s birthday post yesterday.

They blessed her, as well.

{If you’d like to read the posts about my son and

my middle daughter click on over. :)}


This week we had so much fun dying Easter Eggs.

We like to use natural dyes that are made from

fruits, vegetables, and spices from the kitchen.

Here are great recipes to use to do that if

you’d like to give it a try.

I love the colors that natural dyes produce.

 I hope that you and your family

have a wonderful Easter!



Sharing with:  Jennifer Rizzo


15 thoughts on “Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs….

  1. Awesome, thanks for the recipes, we haven’t dyed eggs yet and I want to do them this way! My kids will love experimenting with the different things in the kitchen… Happy Easter! t.xoxo

    • Theresa~ This is our favorite way to dye eggs….it is so much fun. And I LOVE the colors…they are much prettier in person versus the pics. 🙂 Have fun!

  2. Hi, I found you through Common Ground. I love your clay #’s. I dyed eggs naturally a few years ago with my threee daughters. We had alot of fun seeing what we came up with. Have a wonderful Easter. I am now a new follower.

  3. What beautiful eggs!!! I absolutely sure I love these much more than any of ever seen from a “traditional” dye..Thanks so much for sharing, too late for me this year, but will be definitely using this method next year..Oh heck, who am I kidding?? I’ll probably do some of the blue one’s for an arrangement/display!!1 Thanks again, Daune! Have a wonderfully Blessed week!

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