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24 Excelsior Wood Shred
In place of traditional neon synthetic grass, try any of these all-natural, reusable varieties for Easter baskets and decorations.
Often used as packing material, this neutral filling showcases colored eggs and candy.
$2 for 3 oz., save-on-crafts.com
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Use this soft material as a base in decorative baskets or for spring flower arrangements.
Sheet-moss soil cover, by Mosser Lee, $4 for 325 sq. in., homedepot.com
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Plant the fresh-smelling herb (available at health-food stores) in a plastic-lined basket. Snip some to add to smoothies and juices.
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Organic Cut Dry Grass
Eggs look right at home in this lifelike nest. After Easter, add it to the compost bin.
Tim’s Real Easter Basket Grass, $6 for 4 oz., realeasterbasketgrass.com
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