Non-Flammable Multicolor Easter Grass
Good Quality for the price and so cute!
4 Pink, 4 purple and 4 light blue. So cute and good quality, Thanks OT!
March 23, 2012
Ok, if you are looking for pastel shred, this is the buy of the century.
You get TONS of this!
You get TWELVE of these bags!
I fill up little 4x6 organza sachets, and I used 1/2 of a bag for 24 of these.
You get three colors stuffed in each bag (one on top of the other), which is great if you plan on mixing colors, which takes a little extra time if you are planning on only using one color at a time.
This is a killer deal on pastel shreds.
September 2, 2010
Great purchase for the $$$
As others have stated, you get a LOT for the money with this purchase. Each bag is "mixed" - but it is really one clump on top of another, so if you wanted to take the time, you could separate them...or toss them together to get a true mixed look, which is what I needed. Another great thing is the look and feel of this product - very pretty colors...and texture/look is more like strands of ribbon than normal Easter grass. Very happy with this purchase!
March 7, 2014
Easter grass smaller than expected
We bought this for the spring baskets. It seems smaller than what I expected and will probably need to go to the store to supplement.
March 5, 2014
Good Quality for the price
Nice Color and Good Quality.
March 16, 2012
I guess i didn't read the fine print....There is 3 colors in each bag, so technically you are getting 36!
Easy to clean up too!
April 27, 2011
We bought this product for a fundraiser. The little bundles of straw were the perfect size for the baskets we purchased and we actually had some left over. Great product, Thanks
April 25, 2011
DONT WAST YOUR MONEY
BAGS ARE SMALL AND NOT FULL. I HAD TO FILL THE BASKET WITH PLASTIC AND THEN PUT GRASS ON TOP SO I WOULDNT RUN OUT. GRASS IS THIN AND FLATTENS EASILY.
April 17, 2011
I was very satisfied with my purchase.
April 14, 2011
I have 16 grandchildren I make Easter baskets for .The price is a real bargin and will look good in their baskets.
March 22, 2011