Easter Garden

Kim Biegacki

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@pistachyoo

Wow, am I excited to find this great project to work on with my nephews. I want to make one for myself and a few family members too. I am posting what I found on a few websites pics and details but as soon a I make one I will post what I have done. I just thought if anyone wanted to do this with their kids or a classroom project I would get it posted now. So, there will be updates to this recipe in the next few weeks.
What a beautiful idea. They can be made for inside, outside and a larger version in a section of your yard too.

Oh, if you make one please come back and share a pic with me.


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Ingredients

WHAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR EASTER GARDEN

a shallow tray or dish
garden soil or potting compost
moss, cut grass or sand
dried twigs
sewing thread
small pot
flat stone large enough to cover the mouth of the pot
egg cups (or other small containers)
small flowers
gravel

Directions Step-By-Step

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If you need a creative way to teach your children the Easter story, look no further. Mold a hill out of compost in a shallow tray. Decorate the hill with moss and cut grass and place three crosses made of twigs on top of the hill. Push a small pot into the side of the hill to represent the tomb and cover the pot with a large flat stone. Decorate around the tomb with egg cups filled with water and fresh cut flowers. Finally, form a gravel path leading from the mountain and talk about what the disciples found.

Read more: Easter Garden Ideas | eHow.com ehow.com/list_7387411_easter-garden-...

picture is from:happyhomefairy.com/...the-empty-tomb
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Another Easter Garden
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A very adorable Easter Garden made by a child
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A more elaborate Easter Garden

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tags: For Kids, Healthy