We all love the nostalgic quality of dyeing those bright Easter eggs. Maybe you remember gathering around the kitchen table covered in newspapers or grocery bags as a kid, with little dye tabs or food coloring and spoons ready to go. You loved the way those tabs fizzed in the water, and the way they transformed your hard boiled eggs into bright colors. Or maybe it’s a tradition you’ve carried over to your own family over the years.
How to Dye Easter Eggs & Make Natural Dyes
Last Updated: April 15, 2022
Ready to naturally color your Easter eggs with items you already have in your kitchen? Check out these easy steps for creating your own dyes at home, plus which colors to combine for vibrant hues.