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Natural Egg Colors For Easter

Happy Easter!

Nature is vibrant, so why not take advantage of the many hues found in fruits, vegetables, and spices when dying Easter eggs? Beets, blueberries, red cabbage, and even yellow onions are just some of the many veggies that can help keep our Easter egg decorating sessions fresh this year.

Better Homes and Gardens has a fantastic article on how to get started, while The Kitchn gives recommendations for getting more saturated colors and Rodale’s Organic Life explains how to add fun designs.

Here are photos to inspire and guide your egg coloring adventure!

What fun creations will your family make with the help of good, ole Mother Nature?

Happy Easter!

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