While browsing Friday Potluck this morning, these beautiful eggs caught my attention. I thought they looked like stained glass, reminded of a time when our kids gathered around cups of jewel-colored water or joined friends to make Ukrainian Easter eggs. I can still see their faces, wide-eyed and ready to witness the transformation from egg to art. This post by Droopi’s everything but the kitchen sink is not only unique and beautiful, it is also bilingual—Enjoy!
Easter is coming and because on Black Thursday we always paint the eggs, today I made special time for this. I guess everybody knows how to paint plain simple eggs (just follow the instructions) but in our family there is a tradition (well, it’s more of an aesthetic thing) to paint the eggs in onion leaves. The procedure is not hard at all, but it requires a little bit of patience. I’ll explain it, step by step how it’s done.… Read More
I wasn’t sure about the safety of eating the eggs when using this technique, so I found a few natural and equally beautiful egg coloring techniques.
Have a wonderful Easter — He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!