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luvs 04-12-2006 01:28 AM

Easter egg dye question
 
i was thinking of making natural egg dye. advice on this one?
thank you!

grumblebee 04-12-2006 01:54 AM

Lavender Small Quantity of Purple Grape Juice
Violet Blossoms plus 2 tsp Lemon Juice
Violet Blue Violet Blossoms
Small Quantity of Red Onions Skins (boiled)
Blue Canned Blueberries
Red Cabbage Leaves (boiled)
Purple Grape Juice
Green Spinach Leaves (boiled)
Liquid Chlorophyll
Greenish Yellow Yellow Delicious Apple Peels (boiled)
Yellow Orange or Lemon Peels (boiled)
Carrot Tops (boiled)
Celery Seed (boiled)
Ground Cumin (boiled)
Ground Turmeric (boiled)
Brown Strong Coffee
Instant Coffee
Black Walnut Shells (boiled)
OrangeYellow Onion Skins (boiled)
PinkBeets
Cranberries or Juice
Raspberries
Red Grape Juice
Juice from Pickled Beets
RedLots of Red Onions Skins (boiled)

(source about.com)

another good link: https://www.allfiberarts.com/library/aa01/aa031901b.htm

Hope that helps!

luvs 04-12-2006 04:11 PM

thanks, grumble! that is great!:smile:

jkath 04-12-2006 06:05 PM

Luvs: here's more natural beauty ideas:
firmly tie string around the eggs in a random pattern (crossing here and there) and tie well. Dip into one of the natural colors.

Another is to use a bit of melted wax, painted on a pretty leaf. Attach the leaf to the eggshell. Paint the color on the egg with a soft brush. When dry, peel the leaf off for a pretty design.

luvs 04-13-2006 02:23 PM

your string art sounds familiar & pretty, jkath. thanks!


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