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Sustainable easter basket “grass”

Before you go out and spend money on plastic Easter grass that is made of yucky chemicals, costs money, clogs your vacuum for months, AND can kill your cat…look for alternatives around the house.

In our household, I use paper from the shredder!  It’s free, it’s from a recycled source, and I can put it in the compost when the bunny has left the building.

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One comment on “Sustainable easter basket “grass””

  1. What a cute, and frugal idea! “Back in my day,” there were no paper shredders, but I saved our Easter “grass” from year to year. I still have some of it! Now THAT is cheap! 🙂