Give guests mini versions of the daffodil centerpiece by making these coordinating party favors. Be sure to begin this project about a week in advance.
Start by spray painting a 3-in. clay pot and matching saucer white; let dry. Plant a tete-a-tete daffodil bulb (about 3 in. tall) in the pot. Fill the pot with potting soil. Add rye grass seed to the soil.
The grass will germinate and grow to be a couple of inches high in a week. It will continue to grow and fill in the space around the daffodil. (If the grass gets too long, cut it back with a scissors.)
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