I am really excited to try dying Easter eggs the natural way this year, and I am planning to use the recipes I found over at The Kitchn. I also researched different ways to decorate my eggs, and found some fun and easy ideas using things you probably already have at home. My five favorite technique finds are below, and would love to hear of your own natural egg dying tips in the comments below!
1. Stickers: Cover your eggs with stickers. Rachelle from TinkerLab used hole reinforcement stickers to create this cool pattern.
2. Waxed Crayons: Before you place them in the dye, Parade Magazine suggests drawing designs on the eggs with light colored crayons. The wax will not absorb the dyes made from vinegar, water, and various vegetables and spices.
And, on the Kitchn: Vibrant Eggs, Dyed Naturally