Next Up

Naturally Dyed Easter Egg Vase

Use hassle-free all natural dyes this Easter and turn your beautiful eggs into a stunning Easter vase you can use again and again.

1 / 16

Easter Egg Vase

This beautiful Easter egg vase is made with recycled glass jars and naturally dyed Easter eggs. Each dye is quick and easy to make with fruits, fruit juice and spices you probably have around the house! And after Easter you can repurpose your beautiful vase to use all year round.

More photos after this Ad

2 / 16

Blue Dye

You can make a beautiful, rich blue dye using frozen blueberries. Mix one cup frozen berries with one cup of water and let it come to room temperature. Add a splash of vinegar and a pinch of salt and you have a beautiful blue dye.

More photos after this Ad

3 / 16

Red Dye

You can create beautiful red and lavender dyes using fruit juices. Simply add a little vinegar and salt to a deeply colored juice like cranberry, pomegranate, cherry or even red wine. Cranberry will give you a light pink color with hints of shimmery blue while pomegranate and cherry will be deeper reds.

More photos after this Ad

4 / 16

Tea Dye

You can use a variety of teas to create different colored dyes, from red to light yellow. Add 2-3 tea bags to a cup of boiling water and let the tea steep for up to half an hour. Add about a tablespoon of vinegar and a dash of salt and it's ready for dying. Black teas will create deep red browns and lighter teas like chamomile will create soft yellows.

More photos after this Ad