When we gathered our eggs to dye this Easter, we paused to gape at them. Our little hens lay eggs in the most beautiful colors. How could we possibly improve on these shades of mauve, cocoa, and sepia? Still, this is a season of wonder. Brown eggs take a little longer to dye, but the result is so lovely–more subtle, more earthy, muted jewel tones. Happy Spring, everyone.
They are BEAUTIFUL! Thanks for sharing and Happy Easter!
They are really pretty!
Absolutely beautiful! Both the dyed and undyed versions. Thank you for sharing.
Those colors are really heavenly. Thanks!
Get some Americauns hens and you’ll have blue and green eggs naturally. They’re also very good layers and good natured.
Just finish Pilgrim on the Great Bird Continent. . . wonderful book. New insight for me into who Darwin was and how he evolved his ideas and his observations.
Also, helped me once again realize who and why I am.
Look forward to getting another by you!
“americauns” s/b “Americaunas.”
beautiful eggs! wrote down your cracker recipe too. never occurred to me that crackers can be made…kind of like how i didn’t know pudding could come from anywhere other than a box when i was a kid.
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