Eco-Friendly All Natural Dyes for Coloring Easter Eggs (Links)

Did you know that you can color eggs using natural dyes you may already have in your kitchen? Beets, onion skins, coffee, tea, and more, are all great natural ways to color eggs!

Check out the links below for pictures, tips, and tutorials on how to die your eggs naturally.
(Click on the titles or photos to follow the links.)

(For 50+ other ways to dye and decorate your eggs click here!)

Natural dyes for coloring Easter eggs
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NATURAL DYES

*Natural Egg Dyes @ FamilyFun.go.com:

*Dyeing Easter Eggs Naturally @ Almanac.com:

*Naturally Dyed Eggs @ The Herb Society of America:

*Natural Easter Egg Dying @ Oh Dee Doh:

*How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally, Without a Store-Bought Kit
@ Serious Eats:
“A couple of beets, some ground turmeric, and a red cabbage, and I was turning out gorgeous eggs in all three primary colors.”

*Vibrant Eggs, Dyed Naturally @ The Kitchn:

*How to Make Onion-Skin Easter Eggs @ The Kitchn:
This is a great, natural way to make subtly beautiful Easter (or Passover) eggs. And they answer the question, “what to do with all those left-over onions?” here.

*Natural Egg Dyeing Techniques @ MarthaStewart.com:
*Easter Egg Dyes @ Chemistry.about.com:

*Natural Easter Egg Dyes @ BHG.com:

*Easter Egg Dye @ What’s Cooking America:

*The Natural Easter Egg Dye Off @ Art of Natural Living:

*Natural Egg Dye @ Observer-Reporter.com:

*Dying Eggs Naturally @ What’s Cooking with Kids:

*DIY Project: Gorgeous Sienna Easter Eggs @ Hostess with the Mostess: These chic sienna Easter eggs from floral design guru Kim Foren are gorgeous, easy and non toxic!

*Natural Easter Egg Dyes (Video) @ FoodNetwork.com: Tyler Florence shares ideas for making natural, vegetable-based Easter egg dyes.

*Simple Recipes for Natural Egg Dyes @ Green Living Ideas:

CHINESE TEA-DYED EGGS

*Chinese Tea-Dyed Eggs @ Barefoot Kitchen:

*Tea Infused Marble Eggs – Chinese Marbled Tea Eggs @ What’s Cooking America:

*Chinese Marbled Tea Egg Recipe @ Steamy Kitchen:

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Jenn is a bored and sarcastic stay-at-home-mom of two who blogs and vlogs because the voices in her head tell her to. She blogs about as often as she showers, which isn't very often. Author of jennrian.com and coolestfamilyontheblock.com

Posted on April 19, 2011, in Easter, Easter Eggs, Holidays, Links, Round ups, Traditions and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Wow! I can’t wait for next Easter to try out even more ideas for natural egg dying!

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  2. Jenn,
    Once again you outdid yourself and every other blog site on the net!
    The Chinese tea eggs remind of their pottery glazes ‘cracked’. It would be a great deviled egg item for our next pottery meeting. The Polish eggs were awesome! We have some people in our group who do that, but have since begun putting it on pots they’ve thrown on the pottery wheel. It’s beautiful!

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  3. Wow! Those are really beautiful. I might just have to try some of those next year. I guess I better start saving my egg shells. :)

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  4. Love these collections! Awesomeness! Thanks, sharing!

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