Monthly Archives: March 2014

True Blue : Natural Easter Egg Dyeing

It has been a little over a year since Jim and I have started Little Rusted Ladle so I thought it might be time to give him a break on the writing end. I am not much for developing recipes worthy enough for our viewers, but I can come up with a unique way to […]

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linda osborn - As always you have given us something beautiful to look at and think about.The photography and compositions are exquisite. I look forward to your next inspiration. And thanks for reinforcing our belief that spring might really be here.

littlerustedladle - Thank you for the wonderful complement Linda!

Kelly Neil - This is absolutely gorgeous!!! I just want to sit at that table and soak up all of the lovely shades of blue. Bravo!!!

Jeanne @JollyTomato - Stunningly gorgeous! I think I’m inspired to go all-blue this Easter!

cynthia @ herlovelynest.com - I adore every bit of this! I love that the dye is cabbage-based, the colors are so much more beautiful and natural. and the photography is superb 🙂
wonderful table styling…I could go on and on! thanks for sharing your stunning project with us

Natural Blue Dye for Easter Eggs | Simply Sophisticated Cooking - […] around Foodgawker the other day, I came across a blog from the Rusted Ladle that made and used a natural dye for Easter eggs. I was immediately in love because they had […]

Jean Stroup Miller - How long will the colorant last in the fridge? Can it be made in advance?

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