Dye Easter Eggs

It's safe and easy to make your own natural Easter egg dyes from common foods and flowers.

I’m sure I don’t have to spell out exactly HOW to do this, just remember that it’s the process, not the end result, that matters here.  If boiling and dying eggs is too hard, you can even just decorate them with stickers or markers. Of course, be sure that you use non-toxic items if you plan to eat them later.  If manual dexterity is hard for the individuals, why not let them select the color (or colors) to dye each egg, and have you or another trusty assistant do the actual dunking?

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