Easter Pinspiration

So are you hooked on Pinterest yet? Aimée and I sure are! Here is a glimpse of all the fun Easter ideas that I’ve collected over on my Easter Pinterest Board:

Easter Ideas Crafts and Recipes

Have you ever tried dying your eggs with natural dyes? If so, please post a comment below! This is something that has me intrigued, and I’d love to hear your ideas, tips or experiences.

Bettijo

Bettijo

Founder at Paging Supermom
Bettijo is the founder and designer of Paging Supermom where she shares what she's dreamed up for family fun. Known for practical and kid-friendly activities, free printables and simple ideas for holidays. She is a single mom of three girls and one boy. Bettijo was a guest on the Martha Stewart Show and has frequently appeared on local television. Her work has also been featured in national magazines including Real Simple, O, Redbook, Parents, Family Circle, and Health. During quieter moments, she enjoys art, retro-modern design, photography and making new things. Bettijo lives with her four kiddos in Phoenix, Arizona.

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4 thoughts on “Easter Pinspiration”

  1. I have used natural dyes to color eggs. I learned about it on Martha Stewart. I used onion skins, beets, berries, juices, and different herbal teas. The colors were beyond what I had hoped for! I highly recommend it. I have also used the same items to dye small amounts of cotton fabric when I couldn’t find the exact hue I was looking for.

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  2. I haven’t made any natural dye’s before, but needing some colored eggs for decor the other day I purchased a cheap store kit and started dying. We do it every year with the kids but I guess in my mind picturing beautiful eggs for decor, I was less than pleased out how they turned out. I quickly turned to other ways of creating my own egg coloring. I ended up using wilton food dye in vinegar, then added water. The color came out much more smooth and even. It totally got me intrigued to find other ways at home to dye our eggs this year!

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