Have you ever wanted to dye eggs naturally? Well we’re going to show you how today. It’s such a fun Easter craft for kids!
Follow the step by step instructions above (psst…it’s a printable!) or watch the video below.
You’ll see in the video that we tried carrots as well but they didn’t work too well. Our dog, Pippa, loves cooked carrots though and she hogged all the leftovers! We ate the beets and spinach up but none of us like cooked cabbage so we fed it to our 2 happy little hens out back.
We’d love to see your naturally dyed Easter eggs! Tag us on Instagram or facebook @natureforkids
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