Grass head (Chia Pet :))

Grass head (Chia Pet :))

Grass heads Materials needed: One knee high nylon teaspoon of grass seed one cup of sand permanent markers or paint. Directions: Pour grass seed into knee high, add sand. You might need a little more sand depending on the size of the knee high. Tie a knot in the knee high so sand does

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    Grass heads

    Materials needed:
    One knee high nylon
    teaspoon of grass seed
    one cup of sand
    permanent markers or paint.


    Directions:
    Pour grass seed into knee high, add sand. You might need a little more sand depending on the size of the knee high. Tie a knot in the knee high so sand does not fall out. Shape sand to form a head. Draw, paint, or add plastic eyes for face. (Remember to use permanent markers or paint that will not come off in water.) Thoroughly soak grass head in water, then place in a cup or any container filled with water. Bottom of the knee high should be in the container of water. The actual grass head should be above water. Water top of head when needed. You should start seeing the grass seed sprout in about ten days to two weeks. As grass grows, you might even have to give it a hair cut! Always a fun item for the kids!

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    I always wanted to buy one...now I can make my own...thanks!!
    Tragedy, sadness, loneliness and despair taught me that life is really a beautiful thing; if it wasn't I wouldn't be able to recognize that anything was wrong - Lynn in Virginia

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    Kim --Thanks again for this one... Making one for my son..
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    This is wonderful!! Now I wonder if I can get the teacher I work with to do this for our first graders. The kids would have a ball, and so would I. LOL Have a blessed day all!!

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    This looks so fun to make!!!

 

 

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