Green Your Easter With an Eco-Friendly Grass-kit

What kids do not like crafts? I know my kids do and we always welcome creative crafts we can do together. If your kids enjoy crafts and are the hands-on type, this Easter introduce your kids to the Easter Grass-kit. Spots and Ladybugs introduces the original Easter Grass-kit, where kids can grow real grass in their Easter baskets.

How much fun would that be? A lesson in earth-friendly living and science while having fun.

This earth-friendly alternative to wasteful plastic “grass” also provides children an educational experience as they track the seed growth daily, watching it sprout into lush green blades growing to clipping length in only 7 short days.

Each Easter Grass-kit™ contains a starter disk and grass seeds; all that’s needed is a basket and a few simple kitchen supplies. Just place the starter disk in a bowl and cover it with three cups of water. The disk will expand into fine dirt, which is then placed in a lined Easter basket. Sprinkle the seeds on top and watch as the beautiful springtime grass grows. The planting process takes less than ten minutes, but the memories will last a lifetime. The kit is simple to use and the results are a fresh and lovely springtime basket of fresh green grass.

Each Easter Grass-kit™ contains enough materials for two standard sized Easter baskets. The kit is pack¬aged in an adorable cotton keepsake bag which can be re-purposed after using the contents. The Easter Grass-kit™ is available at fine on-line retailers like http://www.hearthsong.com and http://www.chinaberry.com. For a complete list of retailers selling Spots and Ladybugs’ products, visit http://www.spotsandladybugs.com and navigate to the “Where to Buy” tab.

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  1. What a cute idea! I like this and no mess to clean up. That plastic grass is like the needles on a Christmas tree – you still find them all over the place a year later.

    • Tara V., TheFabShoppingMom says:

      Hi Denise, It is a fun idea huh? It would be really nice for the kids to have a gardening project that turns into an Easter basket.