I can't take credit for this idea; that goes to April 1930s, who runs a fabulous shop and sews beautiful clothes. A while back a bought a Singer hand-crank pinking machine from April. It's a fun gadget, but best of all it cuts beautiful fabric Easter grass. You start with some fabric -- I chose some that actually looks like grass:
Put it in the pinking machine and turn the crank to cut scallop-edged strips:
Easy as pie, before you know it you've collected a pile of soft, pretty Easter grass:
You could, of course, accomplish the same thing with pinking shears. But that might hurt your hands a bit, and you wouldn't have the softly curved edges that the Singer pinking machine creates.
Put it in an Easter basket, and you're ready for the Easter Bunny.