Did you know you can produce Easter eggs in lots of colours using common ingredients that can be found in your kitchen?
Fill a saucepan with enough warm water to cover a single layer of eggs. Add a spoonful or two of vinegar if you have some. If not, don't worry about it. Add one or more of the ingredients listed below (staying within the same colour group). The more eggs you have, the more of your chosen ingredient(s) you should have. Also, the darker the colour you're after, the longer you should leave them in the dye bath.
Add the eggs. Put the pot on the stove and slowly bring to a boil. Boil for at least 20 minutes to make sure they're nice and hard (these are not to be eaten).
Remove from heat but don't drain the liquid just yet! Use a slotted spoon to lift one of the eggs from the water to see if it's the colour you want. Remember, colour often looks lighter after it dries. If you want the deepest colour possible, let them soak in the solution for a few hours or even overnight. When it's the colour you want, drain the liquid from the pot and let the eggs dry thoroughly before adding any additional decoration or displaying them.