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You can also dye food, cakes and even water or lemonade with this pigment.
This kit includes:
• 4 colors of natural dye that make 5 – 6 colors
• An instruction sheet with a collection of fabulous “Creative Egg Art "
How to use:
Simply pour the powdered dye into 1/2 cup of hot water and place egg in solution. When you take out the egg after 10-20 minutes, you will have a colored egg.
You can use them as easter eggs and eat them during easter brunch or just use them as colorful decorations for your table.
Even during parties children love when they get colored eggs or they can make them themselves. A great idea for fathersday, mothersday or an anniversary breakfast. You can also use it with children who just got a little brother or sister and let them color eggs for a festive babyshower.
Pure, natural fruit & vegetable extracts (spinach, purple carrots, turmeric, beets, red cabbage, and blueberries).
Why use natural dyes?
Some food dyes approved by the FDA include colors synthesized from petroleum derivatives. Most red dyes are made from carmine, which is essentially squashed bugs.
with the natural dyes from Natural Earth Paint Egg Dye you are sure that you have completely natural, vegan and biological egg dye in your home.
Our Green Business uses recycled and biodegradable packaging and vegetable-based inks.
Made in the USA
Gluten-free, Vegan, and GMO-free!
It is also possible to paint the colored eggs with our natural earth paint. At tips and tricks you can find all kinds of ideas on how to use your the egg dye.
|EGG DYE KIT|
|Q: I'm wondering if that unopened packet of dried ingredients is still safe for use a year later? I didn't see an expiry date anywhere on the packaging.|
|A: Yes, it still should be fine - it has a 2-3 year shelf life.|
|Q: Are your egg dyes food grade? Could they be used to dye frosting?|
|A: Yes, they are actually natural food dyes, they are meant for food and to be eaten.|
|Q: For the natural egg dyes, if they aren’t organic how are they different from regular dyes?|
|A: Our dyes are made from fruits and vegetables .They are all natural though, whereas conventional egg dye kits are made from petroleum based synthetic dyes which have been linked to autism and other behavioral disorders in children and a multitude of other health issues.|
|Q: How many eggs will each kit dye?|
|A: Our kits should dye up to two dozen regular sized eggs|
|Q: How do you get the cool patterns on the eggs like the package art?|
|A: The eggs on the packaging cover were dyed first, then painted with our Natural Earth Paint. You can also use rubber bands, white wax crayons, or other items as noted on the website for fun designs and patterns|
|Q: Can you save / preserve the egg dye once water is added?|
|A: Not really. You can try putting them in the fridge but they will spoil since the dyes are made from all-natural food products and we do not add preservatives. The mixes are only best for 1-2 hours to get the most vibrant colors but used dye mixes can also be used to make playdough (play dough) or for coloring food (egg dye kits are food safe)|
|Q: Are there other craft uses for the egg dyes? Can I make paint for kids?|
|A: The egg dyes can be used in any DIY craft project that calls for traditional food coloring. Such uses include homemade play dough, slime or finger paints.