In the late afternoon, we decided to get out the traditional Paas egg coloring kit my mom picked up...but then I remembered a blog post I saw the day before: tie-dyed eggs! You take old, outdated silk ties, deconstruct them, and use them to "dye" eggs by boiling the fabric colored eggs in water and vinegar. And the silk can be used for multiple years. I mean, that's pretty eco-friendly if you ask me!
Easter Egg Dying: 2011. A pictorial retrospective
First you take silk tie fabric, and wrap around a hard boiled egg