Super Simple & Naturally-Dyed Easter Eggs

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  The arrival of Spring marks the upcoming celebration of Easter. Dying our own Easter eggs is a long held tradition in many households. Eggs are colored and then hidden around a home, a yard or a nearby public park. Kids delight in searching for the brightly colored eggs – some even have candy hidden inside! Easter eggs can also be a gorgeous addition to any table scape around this time of year! The best part about including safely-dyed hardboiled eggs is that you can eat them afterwards! No waste, no want! Let’s look into ways we can use safe, natural and easy dyes to color our Easter eggs this year!