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Easter Eggs

By , April 24, 2011

It’s Easter Sunday. Among other celebratory activities, we’ll be hiding eggs for Aly to find, perhaps for the last time, as she’ll likely be away at college next year. As is our tradition, we’ll hide plastic eggs, holding back our real eggs to avoid the risk that ravens might steal them.

This year, like in 2007, we tried coloring our eggs with natural dyes. Going natural means settling for less vivid colors, generally, but the results can be quite beautiful.

Our 2007 Easter eggs, naturally dyed with alder bark (browinish), red cabbage (blue), beet (reddish) and others (Photo: Michelle Zeiger).

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