Date: February 17, 2016 | Photography: Matthew Martin |
Dyeing eggs for Easter has been a spring pastime for children for decades. This year our staff put a new spin on the tradition by using ingredients from the kitchen—rather than store-bought kits—to make colorful, naturally dyed creations. Vibrant staples such as blueberries, cranberry juice, red cabbage, and yellow onion, are just a few of the items we used to create a batch of eggs that—we think you’ll agree—are simply to dye for.
>> Learn more about the dyeing process on the At Home in Arkansas blog (athomearkansas.com/blog).