I typically only share five faves in my Friday roundups, but I couldn’t help but go a little crazy with these beautifully and naturally dyed Easter eggs. There are so many reasons to choose natural dyed Easter eggs. I’m going to give them a try because I think they have a simple vintage look to them, but they also appeal to someone that suffers from sensitivity to food dyes or if you’re just looking to live a little bit greener! This roundup includes some very interesting ingredients… who knew you could dye Easter eggs blue with red cabbage?
Have you ever dyed your Easter eggs naturally? If so, what ingredients did you use?