What foods can you use to paint Easter eggs?
Spring is already very noticeable in March and up to much no longer left time of the most beautiful festivals of the world. Whether one celebrates Easter from religious or Pagan beliefs, the custom “dye Easter eggs” everyone makes. The colorful play of colours is loved by young and old, and especially for the little ones, the Festival means pure excitement.
What about you? Color eggs annually or buy that finished in the supermarket?
Easter egg painting, just as the world always did it
For those who always want to search for cool alternatives and each year discover the feast on the new, we have a well-known, but somewhat in obscurity technique of the eggs-Bemalens our selected OMIS or maybe our OMIS OMIS have well known. Paint Easter eggs and that sounds now with natural colours like an expensive fun, sending directly to the health food store.
No, the fun is large but entirely free of charge, because we want to paint Easter eggs only with food, we use like so in our daily use.
It takes a little longer and the result is solid color, for it but ecologically and entirely without cost
You have that quite right verstanden-can eggs for example with onion skins, turmeric or dye blueberries, but you can put wonderful also beetroot, coffee, and spinach in the colours.
The results are free and if you like, not so bright and colorful, but very natural, delicious. With the knowledge of basic colors and color blends, you come to impressive color results that are in line with the ecology and the sustainable trends.
Rediscover the natural colors and love learning
Share this useful knowledge to your children and create the most beautiful Easter eggs that have so far made it safely even with the smallest. Possibly you will be surprised by the colors, because we forget too quickly what is really natural.
We very much hope to be able to have been once again help and wish you a special Easter with lots of knowledge and new ideas, because it is to refresh ourselves and the role of the spring and use new powers to charge.
Yellow colour can be achieved by dipping the egg in water Kurkuma-
The natural colors of the Easter eggs inspire new decoration ideas
Easy, fast and beautiful beautiful
Teach the children this useful knowledge
Food is more at home can dye Easter eggs naturally
You get a natural blue from the leaves of the Rotkohls
Be inspired by the delicate colors of nature
Again with the help of nature decorate stylized and original
The scent of the color is gorgeous and color doesn’t hurt
Various gradations of color animate to the conceptual design
Cranberries for the Red Easter egg
Draw more inspiration from nature
Once again, the check list at a glance
Try to color with filter coffee
Yellow like turmeric
Show the children a further usage option of spinach
Onion skins help against flu
and wrap around the Easter eggs with natural dyes
More, seems in fact to be
The three primary colors as a vegetable
It has colorful Easter eggs at the end, very pretty
Sprinkle the colorful Easter eggs with a little olive oil so they shine festive and the color is protected
Happy Easter and enjoy!