Easter Egg Dying

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A little chemestry produces some really beautiful Easter eggs. All natural materials were used. Red cabbage, tumeric, coffee, red onion skins, blueberries, and beets made for some vibrant colors.

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  1. Alisa Wilhelm 74 months ago | reply

    Wow those look really nice!

  2. kathy photo 74 months ago | reply

    very nice - those are super different than the traditional 'designs' :-)

  3. just jet 73 months ago | reply

    These are so nice....I wanted to do natural dyes this year and just didn't get around to getting the stuff to do it. You got some really strong colors, the ones i've seen before were pretty pale.

  4. - luz - 73 months ago | reply

    thanks! these are a result of 8 hours of dying. the vinegar ate away at the egg shells a bit, but that produced a cool effect on some of them.

  5. egle_k. 70 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Natural Dyes, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. Jen's Photography 66 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ((( transcend dépassez supere 超越しなさい ))), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  7. jessadavis 36 months ago | reply

    These are beautiful! I'm going to post on my blog! www.nesteaglerock.com

  8. muffett68 ☺☺ 36 months ago | reply

    naturally cool too :)

  9. Catskills Photography 36 months ago | reply

    Very cool shot. Nice colors.

  10. DeForestRanger 36 months ago | reply

    Excellent! I love the idea of using natural food-safe dyes!

  11. katsu333 36 months ago | reply

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    Outstanding macro/close-up photo :)
    roswellsgirl's ladybug
    Thank you for posting your great close-up to the @Macromavens group

  12. muffett68 ☺☺ 36 months ago | reply

    in the thumbnail they look like marbles, so it's even neater that they are dyed eggs when you get to see them up close. thank you for deciding to pop this in here and feel free to add other macro or close-up pics that you take in the future (or even ones from your archives :)
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    Outstanding macro/close-up photo :)

    blue @M
    Thank you for posting your great close-up to the @Macromavens group

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