Grandma’s Easter Egg

Good morning!<3 Are you already excited for Easter tomorrow? Well, I’m. Especially for the masses of chocolate, haha. I think by now everyone has organized her or his Easter eggs. But I still want to share this with you. Maybe you haven’t’ done it jet, or you might do it next year or you are even just considering to do it at this moment… As you can tell by the title my grandmother always makes these. And as she told me yesterday her mother always used to do them too. And they look absolutely amazing. Don’t they? They are super easy to make, very environmental and perfect if you don’t like painting Easter eggs that much. All you need to do is to get outside and spent some quality time in the fresh air on a meadow and collect all flowers, leafs, and grasses. Then you arrange them on a white egg and wind a thin thread around it. It might also work with a rubber band, just try it.;-) Then you have to boil the peel of white onions in water. Until the color of the water turns brownish. Then you put the eggs into it until you think they are done. Take them out, let them cool down and take away the thread with the grasses etc. That’s it, now you are ready for easter with unusually decorated eggs!;-)


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6 responses to “Grandma’s Easter Egg”

  1. Carolin says:

    Such a cool idea! The eggs look so pretty :))

    Caro x

  2. I did these too but with different colouring agents! 😀

  3. Ellie says:

    Oh, that’s cool!;-)
    What did you use for coloring?

  4. Ellie says:

    Hey Caro!
    Glad you like it and thank you very much!<3

  5. Alifya says:

    How beautiful. Love the personal touch! <3

  6. Ellie says:

    Thanks, my dear!