Slowly add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered

DIY ombre Easter eggs - slowly add more water until eggs are completely covered.

A genius use of temporary tattoos.

Hop to It! 46 Easy and Beautiful Crafts to Make This Easter

Use Temporary Tattoos to decorate Easter Eggs! Wiley dariadon Use Temporary Tattoos to decorate Easter Eggs! Wiley Use Temporary Tattoos to decorate Easter Eggs!

DIY - Crocuses in a cup. This really says "spring" to me! A row of these would make a beautiful Easter table centerpiece.

Indoor garden - plant small bulbs (like crocus) in a cup and saucer to force for indoor blooming. Great idea for vintage tea cups

{Fabric decoupage over a balloon} Oh the possibilities!

Fabric decoupage [bowl] over a balloon. This tutorial for an Easter basket uses little fabric squares which seems easier than strips :: so cute ♡

easter eggs

using blueberries to dye your Easter eggs. Simply juice some blueberries, dip your hard boiled eggs into the liquid, and voila! Another alternative to dye is Kool-Aid packets, the colors will turn out a lot brighter.

These pretty blue eggs were dyed using cabbage leaves. Click through for instructions.

Easy Natural Dye Easter Eggs: Use Cabbage for Blue

Using leftover Easter Egg Dye to dye clothes pins. Great to use for busy bags and just plain more fun than wood colored.

Using leftover Easter Egg Dye to dye clothes pins. Great to use for my busy bags and just plain more fun than wood colored. Probably would stain clothes, so don't use on the clothesline!

Naturally dyed eggs. Natural dye guide. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

12 Tips To Dye Your Easter Eggs Using Natural Products From Your Pantry

These naturally died eggs are so beautiful. I got robbed growing up dying eggs the chemical way with PAWS Easter Egg die. UKKONOOA: Pääsiäismunien värjäysvinkkejä / Ways To Dye Easter Eggs

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