Organic Egg dying

My Fri­end Meli­na send me some won­der­ful art­sy eas­ter eggs this year and i was so impres­sed that i asked her to send me ” How-To-Do-Gui­de”:

The orna­ments are pars­ly and car­rot lea­ves. Place them on raw eggs, wrap each egg in a gau­ze and boil in sal­ted water with oni­on peels, add a drop or two of vine­gar. For more inten­se color, lea­ve the eggs in the water untill coo­led, remo­ve the wraps. To make them shiny, rub each egg with some oil or bacon. Easy-peasy, but takes time


If you want to paint the egg in yel­low, you can cook eggs with lemon or oran­ge peel, or in cha­mo­mil­le tea. For the oran­ge-colo­red egg shell oni­ons cook them with car­rots, some chil­li powder or ground red pep­per. For pink, eggs, you can cook with the beet root. cran­ber­ry juice or grape juice. For the blue pain­ted eggs cook lea­ves of red cabba­ge with eggs . If you want to paint eggs green, sim­ply cook with lea­ves of fresh spi­n­ach. For brown colo­red eggs, add a strong Tur­kish or instant cof­fee, shell wal­nut or black tea toge­ther with eggs. For the red colo­red eggs cook pur­ple oni­ons peels with a spoon­full of vina­ger. .… You can use my pho­tos posted on twit­ter, or just brow­se here, a very nice pics, step by step

here a litt­le Video…its real­ly easy..

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