Martha Stewart Living, April 2006
Before decorating eggs, you'll need to make a drying rack: Insert flathead pins into a piece of foam board, creating evenly spaced rows. Blow out and dye eggs; set on rack to dry, about 30 minutes.
Cut about 10 blades for 1 egg from a flat of wheatgrass. Using a paintbrush, coat part of the egg with a glue sealant, such as Mod Podge. Place a few blades on this section, and apply sealant over blades.
Let dry, 20 to 30 minutes. Repeat to adhere blades to the remaining sections.
Blades of grass
For an elegant display, place these eggs in miniature off-white terra-cotta pots, and arrange them on a windowsill, mantel, or sideboard.