Goodness Grass-ious. That was a whole lotta frosting tips!

The grass tip almost doesn’t look like a frosting tip at all. It doesn’t have a traditional opening at the end. Instead, it just has a ton of little holes that are super tiny. So small that the whole thing looks like a sewing thimble where the sewing needle has poked through the thumb’s armor an alarming number of times.

Now, similar to both the drop flower and the leaf tip, the grass tip isn’t wildly versatile.

However, it can still make two other head turning aesthetics.

Depending on your design, you can actually use the grass tip to create the look of hair. (Think of a lion’s mane or a vibrantly colored Halloween monster.) Or, if you hold it at a 45 degree angle instead of holding it vertically, you can make a bird’s nest out of frosting.

So, are you curious as to what frosting grass even looks like? Take a look:

Mostly, this tip offers a decorating technique that almost impossible to replicate without it. And it’s entirely unique among all the other frosting tips out there.

Plus, it’s just a really cool “story telling tool,” if you will, for your desserts.