• DIY: Dying Eggs Naturally

    I recently came across Jenna Park's story on Steller on how to dye eggs using natural colors and was instantly inspired to make my own! I ended up using blackberries for bluish purple, beets for reddish pink, and turmeric for yellow. I originally wanted to make green with spinach but it didn't quite work out. I read that you need to use frozen spinach and baking powder to make it work. I ended up using turmeric instead.

    You will need:
    • White Eggs
    • 2 Cups Blackberries
    • 2 Beets
    • 1/4 Cup Turmeric
    • Plastic Cups
    • White Vinegar
    • Spoon
    • Napkins
    Step 1: Peel and grade two beets
    Step 2: Blend the blackberries

    Step 3: Add the two graded beets to 4 cups boiling water, add 1/4 cup turmeric to 4 cups boiling water, and add 2 cups blackberries to 4 cups boiling water.
    Step 4: Boil for 15 minutes

    Step 5: Boil eggs for 12 minutes and then let them cool before adding them to dye
    Step 6: Add 1/4 teaspoon of white vinegar to plastic cups

    Step 7: Add strained beets, blackberries, and turmeric to the plastic cups
    Step 8: Add eggs to cups
    Step 9: Let the eggs sit in cups overnight

    Step 10: In the morning dry your eggs off with a paper towel and now you have some pretty naturally dyed eggs!

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    3 comments → DIY: Dying Eggs Naturally

    1. Amazing Trick!
      I've try it at home

      thank you very much!

    2. This sounds amazing. Now on the to do list.I will try this.Genius, seriously, people are gonna go nuts for this.

    3. I have bookmarked the article because this tips will be extremely useful before Easter. Thank you for sharing.
      With love, handmadewritings

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