Living / 25 March, 2021 / Rachel Riley
It was my first time to dye Easter eggs and I chose natural foods that I could take the cooking juice from, and still eat! The result is really fun, and I found great depth of colour, especially from the ones that I left in overnight.
Check your cupboards and your fridge for things you can use to naturally dye Easter eggs. I experimented with:
Love Rachel x
So now you have your Easter craft sorted, all that’s left is to decide on is what your little ones will wear to celebrate the long Easter weekend. Pastels have become synonymous with spring, and they’re a fabulous go-to for Easter. Whether it’s a smocked dress for Sunday best or a cute romper perfect for a back garden Easter Egg trail, here you’ll find our favourite selection from Rachel Riley’s SS21 collections.
Pin Tuck Shirt Checked Short Set
Gingham Frill Sleeve Dress Bloomers
Loveheart Smocked Dress Bloomers
Striped Geometric Smocked Babysuit
Simple Sewing Project: Easter Treat Pouch
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