As a kid, my favorite part of Easter were the days leading up to the holiday, when my family would dye eggs. This became an enormous event in my household, as dozens and dozens of perfectly white eggs would become little oval canvases for arts and crafts.

We generally eschewed traditional dyes — which often have less-than-ideal toxins in them — and instead, we’d make all-natural Easter eggs, colored with onions and cabbage, and designed with herbs. These are easy, beautiful, and above all, fun.

All the ingredients you need..

Step 1: Make Your Dye

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