This nice bright "Canola Yellow" pysanka dye covers well and does not have an oily feel. Canola Yellow is often the first dye colour used on a pysanka.
Found in the beautiful fields of the prairies, the canola flowers shine a magnificent yellow. With our Canola Yellow dye you will be able to capture the same magnificence on the surface of your pysanky.
Tofino Sunset (orange) dye covers the egg well... however please note that our orange dye needs vinegar. Because it uses vinegar, it is not recommended to use as a wash back dye.
Tofino, on the western coast of Vancouver Island, is the last part of Canada to see the sun shine everyday. Our Tofino Sunset dye allows you to capture the unwinding beauty of the setting sun across the Pacific Ocean.
Glowing Hearts is the new name for our Bright Red Pysanky Dye. It truly is a bright brilliant red that is a traditional colour for a Pysanky.
Heard during the Canadian national anthem, our "glowing hearts" are representative of our passion for our country and our strong Canadian spirit. The emotion and spirit of our national anthem has been embodied in our Glowing Hearts pysanky dye.
Orca Black is often the last and final colour used on a Pysanka designed eggshell.
The Orca is one of the most menacing sea creatures in the Arctic Ocean and northern Pacific Ocean, and their apex predator status earns them the title of Killer Whale. Interestingly enough, Orcas are actually a type of dolphin, rather than whales, and it is actually the largest species of dolphin. To celebrate the orcas, we named our black after the most elegant and fearsome creature of the arctic.