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Coloring Easter eggs is a tradition in many families, but often the messy store-bought dyes can stain your skin and surfaces. This All Natural DIY Easter Egg Dye achieves a beautiful pastel look that's perfect for spring without the mess! Using the pigments found in frozen blueberries, you can make this natural egg dye and won't have to sacrifice the fun of dyeing eggs because you're concerned about the colors. This DIY egg dye turns your eggs a gorgeous pale blue that can be deepened by soaking them longer. You'll love how easy it is to recreate these easy Easter egg designs with some fruit from your freezer!

Check out our video below to learn how to make hard-boiled eggs to use with your all-natural Easter egg dye! 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFood Crafting

Beginner

SeasonSpring

HolidayEaster

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I have been flicking through sites to get ideas of projects that I can do with my niece and nephew when they come over, I love doing stuff with them instead of having then glued to the television or game console and they end up raving for weeks about it to their Mam and Dad. This is going straight on the to do list, love this idea....I will have to feed my chickens more)

Love the natural dye! Definitely going to try this for Easter!

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