You will need
- Long stalks of dried grass
- Plaster blocks or foam blocks
- Power drill (if you are using plaster blocks)
- Hand drill or round chisel (if you are using foam blocks)
- Optional: concrete effect paint
Glue the plaster blocks together until you have made your desired shape. To make it playful, choose blocks of different heights. You can also use foam blocks instead of plaster blocks and paint them with a concrete effect paint.
Drill holes in the plaster blocks, or make holes in the foam blocks, and insert the grass.
Variation tip: Would you like something different, or don't have plaster or foam? You can also make a natural art object from tied together grass, as shown in the photo below.
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