Grow Your Own Springtime Grass Centerpiece

 

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Do you have a green thumb?

Or do you plant things that seem to wither and die before your eyes?

Grow Your Own Spring Centerpiece www.eclecticallyvintage.com

The solution?

Plant grass – well, it’s really not grass it’s …

cat grass!

How to grow a grass centerpiece eclecticallyvintage.com
A simple centerpiece with a few blown out eggs dyed the perfect shade of robin’s egg blue.

How to grow a grass centerpiece eclecticallyvintage.com

What could be better than that to welcome spring into your house on a cold and dreary day?

 

Check out my Spring Mantel & Egg Garland and my Bunny Silhouette.

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Only 22 days til spring – and I’m counting them down.

 

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Comments

  1. I have wanted to do Wheat grass. How long will Catnip survive indoors?

  2. I love those hobnail milk glass cups. They are perfect for this. Great idea, Kelly.

  3. That a great idea, i have so many little milk glass pieces and this would definitely brighten up our home. I will just have to be sure the catnip is out of our cats reach!

  4. Love you milk glass ontainers.
    Have done this in years past but I had stuck in some bunnies and little chicks in among the grass.
    ColleenB

  5. fonda rush says:

    wonderful idea! i think my cats would go for their goodies before spring arrives!

  6. I have done something similar in the past with wheat grass seeds and have been looking all over for it, but haven’t found any yet. If I don’t find the wheat grass, I’ll plant some catnip! Thanks for the idea!

  7. Cute! I haven’t tried killing catnip yet, maybe I’ll give it a shot :)

  8. That is a super cute idea!

  9. This is super cute Kelly!!! I really love it since you know I can showcase my milk glass collection this way too! I really want to try this, where did you get catnip? I totally have black thumb and praying I wont kill something like this!

  10. This looks divine! Love the idea…But…with two kitty cats around the house and climbing everywhere…I wonder for how long it will look as pretty as yours! LOL…I think I will enjoy yours instead and save me the tears of seeing my display “EaTen”. Thanks for posting Kelly!

  11. Glad you told me those eggs were blown out, because I was thinking I’ve been doing it wrong…. we got chickens to have eggs and I thought maybe all you have to do is plant them to get ‘em.

    BLiss

    • Hahaha! Bliss, you’re a hoot! I’m afraid I couldn’t do this craft ‘cuz I got cats. I have one that’s already addicted to treats…I’d hate to add kitty crack to the mix!

  12. Bliss is just so funny … I was going to say something cute, but to follow Bliss’s comment, I was laughing so hard, I forgot what I was going to say. Anyway Kelly … growing eggs is a fun and very pretty decorations. Thanks for the idea.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.
    @ Timeless Trreasures

  13. What a cute itdea, I love the milk glass. Very pretty. I can’t wait for spring, it has been a wet and windy winter in Northern NJ.

    Cynthia

  14. What a cute idea! I’ve never tried to grow catnip before! It looks amazing in those milk glass containers!

    Have a great day rock star!
    karianne

  15. Pretty!! I love this idea! SO perfect for Spring :) Pinning.

  16. This is such a cute idea for an Easter table centerpiece. I may just have to borrow it!

  17. LOVE THIS!!!!! It is perfect! Jen

  18. My cats are begging me to make this centerpiece. And they’re not very ladylike when they beg. I love the milk glass containers – so perfect for early Spring!

  19. These are adorable, Kelly! I love the eggs ‘planted’, too. (but do you mean ‘cat grass’? It doesn’t look like catnip that I’ve seen before.) These are perfect little Easter centerpieces. :)

  20. Do you have a little mower… gonna need to be cut soon! Too cute, I love the color of the eggs with the beautiful green grass!
    ~Pendra

  21. I never would have thought of growing grass for a centerpiece, but what a great idea! It looks so cute!

  22. I am so doing this! LOVE them!

  23. Pretty Kelly! I am with Jessica on this one :) You are all over the spring decor. Gonna have to get moving over here. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  24. Great idea Kelly…love the grass in those cute pots!!…Are they vintage hobnail milk glass?

  25. I do this with wheat grass each year, but the eggs are such a pretty accent! There’s just something about having something fresh and green sprouting that makes you feel like you can make it through a long winter. Thanks for the pretty inspiration!

  26. How cute! I am still depressed that I didn’t do much for Christmas decor, I totally skipped Valentines, now I have to do Easter? It is on my birthday this year too. I think instead I will just decorate everything with Happy Birthday themes. I love the Cat Grass, as long as it won’t attract Cats, it looks good.

  27. So sweet Kelly!! I love it! :)

  28. I just love this!! So springy and sweet. Makes me long for Easter! Thank you for sharing this great project!

    Heather

  29. wow …great idea! Thanks for sharing!

  30. I love this idea! The grass is adorable in those milk glass cups. You always have wonderful ideas! I’d love for you to stop by and link this up to the party I’m co-hosting this week. There is a $50Target Gift Card Giveaway to enter too! Have a wonderful week!
    Blessings,
    Nici

  31. Simple and adorable…LOVE it!!

  32. So cute! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

  33. Happier Than A Pig in Mud says:

    The grass looks great in the milk glass, very springy:@)

  34. Love the hobnail glass pieces used for your lovely grassy centerpieces girl! Pinned to our group pinboard!

  35. What a great idea for spring and Easter!!! These are beautiful!!! I love those pots too, they are so pretty!

  36. Thank you so much for the simple, beautiful and safe idea for our centerpiece this weekend. I have a 25 year old special needs daughter who will be shopping tomorrow for items she can put together for our table this weekend. You have made my day with your wonderful creative ideas. I can’t say thanks enough!!
    Warmly,
    Kendra

  37. I absolutely love your “grow your own centerpiece!”

  38. All of your ideas are timeless Kelly! I love the Peeps wreath and I know my grandchildren will absolutely love helping make one. The grass idea is just plain fun! Thanks for sharing all of your inspiration with us.

  39. Hello are using WordPress for your blog platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying
    to get started and create my own. Do you need any coding expertise to make your own blog?
    Any help would be really appreciated!

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