Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Flashback Friday

Last year around Easter, I shared the following post with you about dying your eggs naturally. My daughter and I had a fun-filled day with this one. Be sure to click on the link at the bottom of this post for important information about artificial dyes and the safety of our kids. Here's to your health!

If you're looking for a fun little science experiment to do with your kids, here is a truly natural way to dye eggs this Easter. I was reading Clementine Art's blog and found this recipe for natural egg coloring quite intriguing. I am always looking for interesting projects to do with my daughter. She would just love this! A while back I wrote a review for some of Clementine Art products. They are great quality, natural art products for kids. Check out their blog, Darling Clementine, for more creative art ideas, at

For the egg dying recipe, click HERE

Also, click this link to see why ARTIFICIAL DYES ARE TOXIC

Have a blessed Good Friday!!

1 comment:

  1. Hello- I just quickly wanted to mention that we tried this recipe over the weekend and the eggs turned out beautifully! This was a first for me and I was a bit skeptical but it was so much fun. We used grape juice, beets and red cabbage. My kids also loved the setup process. Thank you for sharing the idea and recipe! Nicole