if you have a green thumb, or not (like me), this is a fun little gift to make for teacher appreciation week. if you’re running out of time, it would make a great gift for a teacher at the end of the school year too.
and it comes in pink and blue.
get yourself a small flower pot, with holes in the bottom.
i found my blue pot in the dollar section at target
(there weren’t any holes in it, but it was easy to poke a few)
and the cheap terra cotta pot is from wal-mart.
(i ended up spray painting it pink to match my tag better)
the directions say to let the seeds soak for 10-12 hours.
(i accidentally let mine sit in the water for about twice that long)
i figured i would give it a go anyway.
it took a little longer for my grass to grow.
(probably because i don’t follow directions very well. i ignored the part where it said to put them in direct light – my daughter pointed that out to me – and then we took them right outside).
it still only took about a week for my grass to grow tall and thick enough to trim.
however, only a couple blades grew in my other pot, so i’ve put new seeds in it and we’ll try again.
of course, this is another project where you’re going to need that 3″ punch.
hopefully you all have one now. 😉
head on over to download your tags.
print them off, punch them out,
back with a scallop circle,
attach to a wooden skewer
and stick ’em in your grass.
(i’m sure your grass will grow a lot better than mine)
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i’ve also added some tags for friends download those here.