Spring is here and Easter is on it’s way…. I am joining the fun of dyeing some colorful Easter Eggs this year. Making them into Easter Egg Planters that’s full of green wheat grasses.
The Easter Egg Planters are easy to make and the wheat grasses only need 5-7 days to grow from seeds to their full height. When the wheat grasses turn old and yellow, simply trim them off near to the soil and let them re-grow again. You can even harvest the green wheat grass and mix it in you fresh fruits with blender or fruits juicer.
I love to place these little Easter Egg Planters by the windowsill that helps enlighten up my dull and boring windows. So colorful to make my day happy to wake up with. However, daily care needed by watering (only wetting the soil) them 2-3 times a day and a windowsill with about 4-5 hours of soft sunlight. Not only the colorful egg shells and green wheat grasses brighten up my day, if I am lucky enough, there are some beautiful dew drops build-up at the tips of the wheat grasses in the morning. If you have read my previous post, I even took some Shamrock Bokeh Lights photography from the reflections of the dew drops too.
I made these Easter Egg Planters before my Hong Kong Disneyland trip and time flies, today is my last night here in this heavenly place that I would want to stay longer. I bet when I am back home, the wheat grasses could have grown into another round of new shoots, thanks to my hubby who stays at home after work taking care of my son and these few little cuties.
Till then, please get the details on the second page. More Easter Crafts in videos when I am back home.