In Slavic countries, Easter egg dying tradition is a lot more healthy than the chemically-dyed American eggs we so often see. Blogger Ulrika Kestere shares the secret behind this unique way to color eggs. Read on for an easy "how to."
My favorite holiday is coming up so I thought I would re-post this tutorial from last year. For me, this is the only way to color easter eggs! With flowers, leafs, feathers and onion shell. Most people I meet have never heard of this method (unless they're from eastern europe that is). So I thought I would share it with you.
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