Edible Easter Terrarium: Hen on a Nest

April 18, 2014
Easter terrarium
This week I could not help myself. I loved the edible Easter terrarium that I created last year for the family.  So this year, I decided to turn these mason jars into individual easter terrariums that I could put in the kid’s Easter baskets. They were a huge hit Easter morning and came together using supplies from my local big box stores.

 For this craft you will need: 
edible grass
malted milk eggs
mason jar
garden twine
gift tag
I love peering down into the mason jar. Makes me want to just grab that peep and eat it!
I think these would be a sweet idea to use as place settings for the Easter table.
To learn how to make this Easter terrarium,
take a peek at my post over on HGTV Gardens.
Happy Easter
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest



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