Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs DIY

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You think you’ve seen all the things that have been done with Easter eggs. You think you’ve done all the craft things that can be done with Easter eggs. But hut have you tried how to create these pretty blue colored eggs. Yes, they are dyed but is done in the most natural way.

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs DIY

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Who knew that red cabbages could create these lovely robin blue eggs. This works really if you prefer real plastic Easter eggs and eat them afterwards. The metallic gold paint adds a more rustic effect to your eggs. This would be a fun craft to do over the weekend. The kids would have a fun time helping you, for sure.

Have fun crafting.

Plastic Easter Eggs

DIY Blue-Dyed Easter Eggs

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Hey, Easter is coming. This means preparing cute and colorful eggs for children to find. Aside from painting those eggs, have you tried dyeing them? You can use a lot of natural agent to achieve your desired color. Here’s one easy way to achieve blue eggs for your Easter egg hunting.

DIY Blue-Dyed Easter Eggs

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This egg hunting is indeed a fun activity for the kids. While preparing for it, ask them to help out with dyeing. They’d love it more and they’ll look forward to Easter. If you don’t have to dye them, these eggs would definitively save you some time. Stuff them with candies, hide them somewhere for children to find, and let the egg hunt begin.

Plastic Easter Eggs (50 per order), Assorted Colors