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{diy Projects} Wheat Grass Centerpiece Tutorial

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There are so many different ways you can use wheat grass to decorate your wedding venue.  If you’re looking to add some color to your guest or buffet tables and have a small budget for flowers, this is a great way to do it.  Plant seeds into wood boxes, Chinese boxes, paper bags cut in half, small pots, glassware – the possibilities are endless.

Wheat grass takes about 9-10 days to get to display stage. The full tutorial and how to make this blue stand are both here.

Materials Needed:

  • Potting soil
  • tiny rocks or gravel
  • paper towels
  • scissors
  • grosgrain ribbon (my aqua and hot pink ribbon is from Wal-Mart)
  • 1 cup of hard red wheat ( available in health food stores for about 65 cents/lb or you may already have some in your pantry or food storage area. My 1 lb bag was enough for multiple projects)
  • 7-9 tea cups or other fun small containers for planting
  • A fabulously spray-painted Blue Ocean Breeze vintage-inspired dollar store dessert stand (read here how to make it) or use your own cake/dessert stand to display the grass.

Project by: K.I.S.S. {Keep It Simple, Sister}

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