Here is an article I found,
Dying Easter Eggs--the Natural way!
This Easter, why not color your eggs using nature's very own dyes?
It's possible to come up with a great number of colors
using natural ingredients that can easily be found in almost any kitchen.
Pale Red: Fresh beets or cranberries, frozen raspberries
Orange: Yellow onion skins
Light yellow: Orange or lemon peels, carrot tops, celery seed or ground cumin
Yellow: Ground turmeric
Pale green: Spinach leaves
Green-gold: Yellow Delicious apple peels
Blue: Canned blueberries or red cabbage leaves
Beige to brown: Strong brewed coffee
To dye the perfect Easter eggs the natural way, here's what to do:
1. Place eggs in a single layer in a pan. Cover eggs with water
2. Add a teaspoon of vinegar.
3. Add the natural dye material for the color you want your eggs to be. (The more eggs you dye at once the more dye material you will need to use.)
4. Bring water to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes.
5. Remove the dye material. Remove eggs and put them in a bowl.
If you want your eggs to be a darker shade, cover them with the dyed water and let them stand overnight in the refrigerator.