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April 06, 2012



Those are so amazingly cool. I am not doing any eggs this year, but I'm bookmarking this for next year!


What beautiful eggs! Thanks for sharing the technique with us. Hoping you and Andy and the critters will all enjoy a beautiful Easter weekend, too!

Anna at Victory Garden Yarn

Oh! Those are simply gorgeous! I love the idea of a completely natural Easter Egg display--it just somehow seems more 'Eastery' to me than fakely colored/dyed eggs!


Stunning, especially the little blue flower!

Vanessa {a fanciful twist}

Beyond Beautiful!!!


WOW...these are stunning! Can't wait to give it a try!! Thanks for sharing!! ...Lisa :)

Cindy Pittman

I will definitely try this! So beautiful and natural.


Those are amazingly beautiful! The onion skins gave them such a nice hue. Is it as terra cotta-y as it looks in the photos?


Oh, so pretty! I used to do those with my kids when they were little.... Color is gorgeous, btw! I think I remember using onion skins for yellow, and red cabbage for blue:)

Shirley Rae

So cool, they look stunning. I will need to try this :)

vintage market place

Beautifully done.
My hubby is blowing the eggs out now for my son to dye, :)
This will be my first year dying eggs.

Judi A.

The eggs are beautiful!! I love the color. I would hate to crack them up, but I know it has to be done. Enjoy your deviled eggs. :-)


You guys are amazing! Have wonderful Easter!


Wow - looks fantastic, how clever of you! :-)

Renaisy Daisy

Oh these are so sweet, I can't to try it out.


What a cool idea! They turned out great. So pretty.


So Beautiful, who would have thought that onion skins could make something so pretty.


love, love, love, love, love, love, love this! will be stealing this idea promptly! :)

Silly Goose

You could also dye them again in another color. You've got me thinking.


These are fabulous! I've never seen anything quite so beautiful. I'll be doing this tonight with my little girls!


So charming!

Melissa Crowe

I want to marry them.


Gorgeous! I went to buy a natural egg dying kit for my boys and realized it was $16 for three colors. I am doing this for sure!!


I saw these on Martha the other day! She had a tip to paint the leaves with egg white to help them adhere to the shell. Very pretty!


What a wonderful idea!!!!

Love Leanne xxx

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