The moment I saw this, I was smitten:
I was in deep smit.
An Easter Wheat Grass Centerpiece? It will be mine. Oh yes, it will be mine.
I shan't give you a tutorial for your own wheat grass centerpiece-- you can get an awesome, step by step tut right here.
No need to reinvent the wheel, ifyaknowwhatI'msayin'.
You know what's awesome about these rustic boxes? They're made of cheap fence posts. Dudes, those things are a $1, for crying out loud.
Some people are geniuses.
You know what's also awesome about those fence posts? They're made of cedar. Man, I love the smell of cedar. Said it before 'n I'll say it again:
Edward Cullen's breath should smell like cedar.
I stained 'em, and it just felt like a dang shame.
You know, like when "Felicity" cut all her gorgeous locks off? Danged shame.
But they look better this way. Sanded the doo-doo out of them with Mr. Sander, and I had myself a few wheatgrass centerpieces to hand out.
And in a momentary loss of insanity (or permanent, whatevs), I filled them with soil inside the house. In my kitchen.
Don't you judge me!
Could I buy your love with one of these? Like, if I showed up on your door step with one?
Oh. Your love doesn't come that cheap, huh?
Thought for sure I'd somehow screw this all up, but. . ..
I see some sprouting, squeal! (voice rises to annoyingly high pitch)
Show you if or when they're Easter centerpiece awesomeness.