14 Mar 2012

Craft: Easter Garden

HT to Melissa Holt, who says: “Plant an Easter Garden! Using potting soil, a tiny buried flower pot for the tomb, shade grass seed, & crosses made from twigs. Sprinkle grass seed generously on top of dirt, keep moistened using a spray water bottle. Spritz it several times a day. Set it in a warm sunny location. Sprouts in 7-10 days so plan ahead. The tomb is EMPTY! He is Risen! He is Risen indeed! ♥”

And don’t forget to pray during Lent, too!  ;-)

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12 responses to “Craft: Easter Garden”

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    This is one of the most awesome, simple ideas for Easter I have ever seen for kids in Sunday school and to display at home. I am so glad I found it in time. Wonderful! God bless you.

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    [...] Church.  11 kids vs. me.  I decided today of all days to make  <a href=http://www.colleenhammond.com/family-life/craft-easter-garden/>these super cute tombs for Easter</a>   with all of them.  Whatever, normal crazy mess. [...]

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    Thank you for posting. I look forward to adding this wonderful centerpiece to our home this season. I’ve pinned your idea to share with my Easter devotions next year also.

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    Thanks so much for posting this. We made it this year and the kids love it!

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    [...] An Easter garden would be a lovely centerpiece to your table.  It would keep your little ones’ attention as they watch the grass grow from the day that the stone is rolled over the tomb to the day it is rolled away.  It would be an excellent way to let the imaginations of older children get a better understanding of the story. [...]

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    I think that is so cute love it think ill make one for my kitchen table

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    May I reproduce this photograph in our parish magazine (circulation 500) with acknowledgement?

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