Call me behind the times but I keep it pretty old school when it comes to dyeing Easter eggs. I just have never been good at getting my crafty on. So while others are blowing the yolks out and painting the shells, steeping them in a variety of teas, silk ties and beet juice I gravitate towards the good ol' food color. Bear in mind I am using organic, local, pasture raised brown eggs. Does that make up for the fake dye? Although don't get me wrong, the dyes at Whole Foods are worth drooling over.
|I hid a real egg amongst the decorative fake ones for the kids tofind. Leave it to me to forget it's in there.|
|OK, I did knit this bowl and then felted it. This is the one craft that actually turned out.|