Edible Easter grass recipe. Try this recipe...it's so easy! You'll need shredded coconut, food coloring, Zip lock bags (one for each color) and a cookie sheet (I lined mine with parchment paper. Directions: Pour desired amount of coconut (2 - 3 bags for larger baskets) into a large zip lock bag. Add a few drops of your favorite food color, zip shut and toss until evenly coated. Spread out evenly on a cookie sheet. Place in oven on warm, 150 degrees for about an hour.
my 3 year old and i made these cute baskets for her dance Easter party. Its simple,fun, affordable and the variations are endless. we wrapped yarn around a baby food jar(we wrapped different directions but you can do circular as well) securing it with hot glue in various places glued pipe cleaners as the handle and a flower on the front,stuffed it with easter hay and candy.You can change the colors up for different holidays or for your little girls birthday party favors! Fun and easy...
My mom and I made these for the kids Easter Baskets one year! This is made out of a milk jug,cottonballs, styrofoam balls(for the head and tail), craft foam for the ears, pipe cleaners for the whiskars, and googie eyes. Front view!
Bunny Easter Basket from Milk Jug: one RINSED:) gallon milk container white paint (roll in paint first, then glitter/confetti) glitter type confetti (Hands on - Oriental Trading) 1 white pipe cleaner cut in half 2 wiggly eyes button - nose white card stock (seems to hold better than construction paper) pink card stock glue dots