4.11.2009

::home:: naturale eggs

In addition to our tie-dying eggs, we used natural materials to dye a whole rainbow into our (now zillions) of hard boiled eggs. We have blue and grey blue (brown eggs) from red cabbage, yellow and orange (brown eggs) from ground tumeric, and green and army green (brown eggs) from some double-dip action. We also have some tie dye effect-ish from red and yellow onion skins. And to be honest, these may not look as fancy as the other eggs, but these are my favorites. I just can't believe the beautiful colors we got!

A closer look at some favorites:


Hope you have a wonderful Easter!


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8 comments:

blackstarmonkey: ninja cowgirl said...

oh wow, they turned out great. and the picture at the top with the segments is just so hot right now. Happy Easter soeur!!! you're the best!!!

Dave and Lindsey said...

love them

Kelly said...

WOW!!!!! So good!

Anonymous said...

V. here...
These are beautiful...Or else you are the most fantastic photographer. Probably both! Terrific Job!! V.

Tiffany said...

Wow, those are gorgeous. The tie ones are incredible, too! You should have entered them in some sort of competition. Kind of sad they just end up getting peeled and eaten. I don't generally eat my art projects.

Joanna said...

So super impressed with your eco friendly dye. I need to know how you did that. I'm always looking for the eco version to do things. Great colors!

Carrie "Pie" said...

Those are neat. Great ideas!!!

Lisa said...

Your eggs are beautiful! So creative. Most of ours were cracked because two certain someones squeezed them a little too hard amidst the heavy concentration of decorating!

 
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