Cool Easter Grass

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You can use pages from an old book for this project.
I used pages from a discarded book called PAGE ONE




Run the pages through your friendly 
neighborhood shredder...



And Voila! Instant "cool" Easter Grass! 
And did I mention free?




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14 comments

  1. That's a recycled easy project for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Hello,

    Thank you so much for linking up to my blog today. I've not seen yours before and I love all the projects you've done here. I am in LOVE with your newspaper book. You lucky thing!!

    I'm thrilled to be your new follower.

    Sarahx

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  3. I love the shredded paper grass! I have found that it makes great nest stuffing and modge podges awesome if you want it stiff...Also, you are reccycling, so helping the environment! Thanx for sharing. Please go vote for my egg (see my blog for details) Tiff

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  4. Love your projects coming from what one already has at hand. :)

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  5. Ya gotta love those nice easy projects that don't cost anything!

    Holly

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  6. Smart! You could use this for stuffing gift bags, too!

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  7. Im your newest follower (purehunnybee).
    So happy to meet you Susan and I look forward to knowing you!
    Im going to make myself at home here, and I see that one of my friends has visited (Sarah) :)

    Deborah

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  8. Great idea! And so simple! Thanks for linking up! :)

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  9. very cool.. that would look so good with the page wrapped Easter eggs I saw on another blog, but I don't remember now where I saw them. Since I haven't decorated for Easter yet.. I may do this, thanks for the ideal.
    Teresa
    www.squarenailsdesign.blogspot.com

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  10. That is very creative! Thanks for linking up to Flaunt it Friday. :)

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  11. Darling Idea! It looks great with your Easter eggs! So simple - LOVE IT ~Susie

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  12. I LOVE it :) What a fabulous upcycle! I've done this with old colored flyers but never with newsprint...so eco-chic.

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  13. That's a green idea for sure! I've been known to do that a time or two myself!! I always save paper shreds from packages, too!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  14. I love this idea! I hate the shredded plastic grass so I have never used it - ever - so I have used colored tissue paper. I will definitely try the shredded newspaper idea - thanks!

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