Clean Easter Egg Dye
All I did was boil the ingredients and add vinegar to help the egg shell absorb the dye (adding vinegar to the red cabbage makes it bright pink, but it dries blue on the egg). Once the dyes cooled a bit, I strained them and put them into bowls. Then just submerge the eggs as usual. As you can see, the eggs turn out a pretty pastel color.
For more color options and how to, check out this site: http://twomenandalittlefarm.blogspot.com/2011/04/dyeing-easter-eggs-natural-way.html
Happy Easter! He is Risen!