This scene is in every retail store you go into this time of year:
For most people, they use plastic "grass" to fluff and decorate children's Easter baskets. I used to do this as well. I kept the same wad of grass and used it year after year.
Paper grass exists, as does something touted as biodegradable. You can save the grass and use it year after year. All of these are still shredded bits of something that can be dangerous for pets, and seem to end up all over the place with kids. I have a new idea for this year: fabric "grass."
This is a length of bright green linen (sooooooo soft after washing), that I picked up at a thrift store. You can use anything. Think remnant or fat quarter to save some money. A holiday dish towel would work really well. Be creative!
Whatever you end up choosing this year, have a wonderful holiday!
As co-owner of Stitchery in Portsmouth, RI, I teach sewing classes to children and adults. Welcome to my blog Dancing Threads RI.