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You're never too old to have fun dyeing Easter eggs! This wholesome activity has been around for ages. Take it back to the basics using natural colours from foods you might already have at home!
Already have food colouring? No problem! We've got directions for dyeing Easter eggs like mom used to make.
Wear gloves and have plenty of paper towels ready when you remove the egg from the dye. It will stain your hands and any unfinished or porous countertops.
As a bonus activity, you can use leftover dye as natural watercolour paint.
Just like mom used to make - Easter eggs dyed with food colouring.
August 12, 2019
Two or more colours can be combined to create other colours:
To make ORANGE, combine RED and YELLOW
To make PURPLE, combine RED and BLUE
To make GREEN, combine BLUE and YELLOW
To make BROWN, combine RED and GREEN
To make BLACK, combine RED, BLUE and GREEN