Learn how to make your own Easter Egg dyes with homemade blueberry Easter Egg dye. The result is stunningly gorgeous, all naturally coloured Easter Eggs in beautiful purples and blues.
Pour the blueberries into the pot. Add the water. Bring to boil.
Reduce heat to low, cover and let simmer for about 5 minutes. Turn off the stove and remove the pot from the heat. Allow it to cool completely.
Place a colander over a pitcher or bowl. Once the mixture is cool, pour it into the colander to separate the skins from the juice.
Discard the skins of the blueberries in your composting.
Prep one cup with blueberry juice, one with vinegar, plus the paper towel lined tray.
Dip an egg into the vinegar for a few seconds. Remove.
Gently slide the egg into the blueberry juice. Let sit for about 30 seconds.
Take the egg out of the juice using a spoon and place the egg on a paper towel lined tray.
Remove excess juice carefully, Let dry.
Repeat until all eggs are dyed.