Brilliant outdoor decor idea! Kristin Jackson of The Hunted Interior covered her deck in artificial grass. It's very low maintenance, it's delightful to walk on, and it looks terrific. See more of her lush and lovely backyard deck on The Home Depot Blog. || @huntedinterior
Bake Mandrake Cakes by baking chocolate cupcakes and placing them in mini pots. Glue plastic grass to little plastic babies and insert them into the cupcake. Finish them off by adding chocolate crumbles around the babies to look like they are buried. Careful when pulling the mandrakes out, their cry is fatal to anyone who hears it. ;)
Madame Ralli's Paris rooftop garden boasted this view of the Hôtel des Invalides. The Vicomte de Noailles advised Ralli on her urban oasis, which also featured plastic grass. I can only conclude that plastic grass must have been the dernier cri at the time.
Wheat grass dropped into Campbell's soup cans look great on a table – but also could be used as a fun and eco-friendly party favor gift. <---Not sure I'd give a soup can as a gift but they'd be cute for certain occasions
DIY egg wreath with supplies from Party City. Materials Needed: Pastel fillable Easter eggs, hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, yellow plastic Easter grass, and bright pink bunny ears headband. Directions: First, using a hot glue gun, assemble and layer pastel fillable Easter eggs into the shape of a wreath. Then, using the glue, place plastic grass around the edge. Finally, add an egg-cellent touch with a bunny ear headband or any accessory of your choosing.