Dyeing Eggs

We’ve perfected the schedule for dying natural Easter eggs: make the dyes on Friday night, then let them steep overnight. (And the recipe for natural dye is here!)


(And it was a crazy Friday night at SCF!)


We do the eggs in them the next morning, and steep them for a few hours.

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And because we have brown eggs, green eggs and all colors in between, the colors turn all kinds of beautiful earthy tones.

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One word of advice (for me) for next year, though: Red Zinger (hibiscus), just doesn’t work. Don’t bother.


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