My mom and sister had way too much fun dying Easter eggs this year. I was out at meetings so couldn’t really help out, but this was too fun not to share with you all!!
All photo credit goes to my sister (she’s in love with my newest lens!).
First step: eggs of different colors
This year they decided to try out natural dyes like beets, cabbage, turmeric, onions etc. I guess it was quite the messy process juicing everything to get the color out!
Then they soaked the eggs over night.
Turmeric dyed eggs:
Red onion eggs: (The stripes are because my sister wrapped rubber bands around them as they soaked)
Purple cabbage eggs: Yes purple cabbage makes blue and green depending on white or brown eggs!! How cool is that!
Aren’t they the most gorgeous easter eggs you’ve ever seen!!! wow. The colors are so amazing! Look at the textures too, some look wooden, some marbled!
For Easter Sunday we had quite the house full with my brother and his wife, aunt, uncle, cousins. One of my favorite things to eat on Easter is this:
The empty tomb bun.
He has risen! Happy Easter everyone!