Project – Kid’s Easter Project/Bunny Grass

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This is a quick, easy and inexpensive Easter Project for younger children. All you need is a piece of green construction paper, a pair of scissors, scotch tape and Easter stickers. Start by dividing construction paper into thirds. Leave one edge straight, cut the other edge in uneven, rolling curves. On the curved side cut straight snips an inch or two down from the top with the scissors. Uneven spacing is best…every now and then nip a piece off low. According to my grandson who created the grass above, “Those pieces of grass are the ones that bunnies bit off.”

When you have finished snipping, butt the pieces of grass together and tape the back sides together. Accordion fold the grass about every six inches. This helps it to stand. Add the Easter stickers to the front side. Voila! Festive bunny grass for only pennies. Heavier cardstock works too, but is not as easy to cut. Happy crafting!

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