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Save Trinkets for Easter Eggs

All year, I secretly save up little trinkets from the dime machine, or the quarter machine, and store them away for Easter.

By the time Easter comes around you have a big stash of already filled "Easter eggs" and can put them in a little basket you make or buy. I also save the grass from one year to the next. It is virtually indestructible.


The grass can also be hung on a little "branch tree" with a little plastic Easter egg closed over a string of grass so it hangs from the branch. You can paint or glitter the little Easter eggs or just leave them as they are. Just a little extra excitement. Make sure you find all the little Easter eggs, the lawn mower does not like them at all.

These make excellent Christmas tree decorations also. A stocking full of these are cute to get, and they are so fun!

By Racer


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