Grass Eggs

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

What a sweet little spring project! Those wheat grass eggs would make a charming Easter table decoration, don't you think? (Do-it-yourself directions here). Any cool projects you're planning this Easter? xo

P.S: Those mini egg vases are cute too!

31 comments:

rebecca said...

These are so cool! And just darling!

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Tanvi said...

So darn cute!!

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the southern hostess said...

What a fun project and so cute!

Emily said...

great idea to put at each place setting for easter!!

Nadine2point0 said...

Too cute - love that project!

Brittany H. said...

I think I might marble some eggs this year. I love the way they look. These are cute! (Healthy too).

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Amy said...

that just brought back memories of grade school. We would use potatoes to grow grass. Fun Fun Fun!!!

naomi said...

i remember doing this back when i was younger. such a cute post!


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Jenny said...

super cute! Afterwards, you could throw them in a green smoothie, too!

Monica from Hola!design said...

oh this is so cute! love this idea.

Evie said...

I love that idea...now if only I had a place big enough to have people over to admire such cleverness!

Felicity said...

It would be fun to grow chives in these little containers - egg & chives is a classic combo.
x F

jacin {lovely little details} said...

theses are so cute and perfect for spring!!

Kimia Kline said...

haah! so adorable! what a great idea.

Jennifer said...

So fresh and cute! I love the little egg vases from your link, too!

the outspoken introvert said...

These are too cute!

Something Old, Something New said...

Very cool idea! Love these for an Easter or Spring centerpiece.

mermaid gallery said...

makes me feel like a kid again....we made those in my early years.....

Alena said...

Such a cute and sweet idea! We don't decorate for Easter, but I can't wait until we have a house and enough room to store Easter decor :)

Marjorie Rose said...

Pretty cool! I just converted my Thanksgiving wreath to an Easter wreath with some yellow and green ribbons to brighten my front door..

Blank Musings said...

These are so sweet! I love them. They're a good break from the pastel Easter decorations. Far more earthy and natural. :)

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Kavery said...

Very sweet. Chives or a small plant would look great

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

This is so cute!

Mimi said...

oh my gosh, those are so cute! :D

<3, Mimi
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Kristina said...

that is so cute! I am currently planning on growing spices in tin cans, but this project also looks promising :)
have a lovely day, xox

Nicole Marie said...

a lot of teachers do this in their classrooms!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

So cute!! We are working on a similar project for Spring!

Diana said...

What a neat idea! So cute for an Easter centerpiece. We usually do an egg hunt with the kids, with the plastic eggs and money inside, they love it! :) What about you?

Annie said...

love it :)

Diana Mieczan said...

That sounds so fun, Di! We are having friends over for the Easter lunch and as most of them have little kiddos we are planning a fun picnic and egg hunt in a park next to our flat. I hope the weather will be lovely:)

heidi adnum said...

Diana, these are gorgeous! I must try it. Thank you :)

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