The Easter eggs I color with my granddaughters are a bit more colorful and creative, but these are a tad more sophisticated - something to use in a spring kitchen arrangement for several weeks.
Its' an easy and fun project from Southern Living. Enjoy!
For tea-stained eggs, add 2 tea bags to glass of hot water and allow to steep. Lower egg into water for several minutes until desired color is reached. Set aside to dry.
For blue eggs, combine 1 drop of blue food coloring with 1 drop of green food coloring in glass of water. Feel free to play with different amounts of food coloring to adjust the color. Lower egg into water and set aside to dry.
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