YES, it’s our friend Amy from Pink Parlor Designs. You may recognize the name from the popular tents she sells. She is awesome. Welcome Amy!
Let’s admit it, Spring is the best! The anticipation of spring blooms, summer picnics, and flip flops! In our home we basically live outdoors beginning in the spring and don’t want to come inside until the new school year starts up again. While being outside we love to do our fair share of gardening.
The first signs of spring however start with our family tradition of planting our own Easter grass. It’s a quick, easy, fun, project that your little ones can help with. Yes it makes a mess for about 12 minutes, yes you will want to sweep up immediately and think you could have done this in about 4 minutes by yourself but that’s not the point. The fun in this is watching them learn and test their patience over the next few weeks of watching their grass grow. You can do this……together.
First step is getting your supplies. You need your favorite soil, grass seed (I prefer Kentucky Blue Grass) pots or vases, water, and sun! For this years grass I decided I wanted to use different types of glass, metals, etc. I went to the local Deseret Industries and found a old cake pan that I thought would be prefect!