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Easter Eggs

I tried natural Easter egg dyes for the first time this year. The red/rust colored eggs are dyed with yellow onion skins and the blue eggs are dyed with purple cabbage. See here for red egg instructions and here for blue eggs.

  • Hodge Hill Photography 7y

    Wow, those eggs are really pretty!
  • poly_mnia PRO 7y

  • musicpb PRO 7y

    Thank you hmhodge97 and poly_mnia!
  • jessica_shannon 7y

    wow, they are gorgeous!
  • musicpb PRO 7y

    Thank you one_armed_bandit!
  • ShiyamG 7y

    I just figured out who you are!

    Martha Stewart, i didn't know you had a flickr account :D
  • musicpb PRO 7y

    Thanks lady_omnivore, lol. I wish I had her resources!
  • J Danielle PRO 6y

    Omg, these are the most gorgeous easter eggs I have ever seen! I'm sooo gonna try this!
  • musicpb PRO 6y

    Thank you Danielle, I hope you'll try them!
  • Natalia Sedyh 6y

    Wonderful! Art!
  • musicpb PRO 6y

    Thank you _neona_!
  • Lisa Jordan 6y

    Those with the leaves are really stunning. Love them.
  • Gabriela 6y

    beautiful!
  • musicpb PRO 6y

    Thank you lilfish and gabriela!
  • ardel claveria 5y

    these are really beautiful! i have never heard of dying easter eggs using natural dyes. i can't wait til easter to try this!
  • musicpb PRO 5y

    Thank you ardelclaveria, I hope you do try them!
  • P I S A N K I 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Easter Eggs - Culture and Art, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Бранко 5y

    I'm fascinated with your eggs! :))
  • lintu sininen 4y

    beautiful! i remember seeing these in martha stewart magazine.
  • nature2design 3y

    Wow! I've tried natural dies and they never looked this good. Great, beautiful work!
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