Thursday, March 18, 2010
Appreciate the vivid colors and natural beauty of fruits, vegetables and spices: dye your Easter eggs with everyday foods rather than boxes of chemical colorings. This is a great family project and learning experience. Though it will take a little more planning than your basic Easter egg dye kit, I think you will find the extra time well worth it. Even though I'm a "grown-up," I felt a child-like excitement watching the eggs turn colors in bowls of cabbage, spinach, blueberries and more!