When I was a kid, we colored Easter eggs every Spring. We used those pre-packaged kits with little wire ‘dippers’ and brightly colored dye tablets.
But what did kids do before the invention of Easter egg coloring kits? They colored eggs naturally, of course.
Dying Easter eggs with onion skins, leaves and flowers is completely natural and produces gorgeous results.
It’s a simple, safe, natural project you can try yourself or with your children.
Not only do you get the experience of using natural colors, but you also get to go foraging for little leaves and flowers, and creating eggs that really capture the beauty of Spring.