Resurrection Garden

Resurrection Garden

Resurrection Garden

Resurrection Garden

Ingredients

  • Ingredients

    • 1 Terra Cotta plant saucer (I believe our's was 8 inches
    • 1 small Terra Cotta pot
    • large rock
    • small rocks
    • potting soil (we used Miracle Grow
    • grass seed
    • small sticks
  • Other

    • Hot Glue
    • Hot Glue Gun

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Ingredients

  • 1 Terra Cotta plant saucer (I believe ours was 8 inches)
  • 1 small Terra Cotta pot
  • large rock
  • small rocks
  • potting soil (we used Miracle Grow)
  • grass seed
  • small sticks
  • hot glue
  • hot glue gun

Directions

  • Place the small pot in the middle of the saucer and put the large rock in front of it.
  • Add the small rocks in front of the pot and around the sides, halfway.
  • Put dirt on the other half of the small pot and on top to form a mound.
  • Sprinkle the grass seed over the dirt, then add a thin layer of additional dirt over the grass seed.
  • Cut small twigs to desired lengths then hot glue together to form three crosses.
  • Once dry, place in the dirt.
  • Place in a sunny, warm location and water as needed.

Nutrition

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We’ve been pretty busy around here and we haven’t had a lot of time to make any Easter crafts, but we did manage to find time to make this Resurrection Garden.  This is a great way to help your kids learn the Easter story!   My friend Liz, from The Farmwife Cooks told me about...Read More »

Resurrection Garden

  • Ingredients

    • 1 Terra Cotta plant saucer (I believe our's was 8 inches
    • 1 small Terra Cotta pot
    • large rock
    • small rocks
    • potting soil (we used Miracle Grow
    • grass seed
    • small sticks
  • Other

    • Hot Glue
    • Hot Glue Gun

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The Farmwife Crafts

Resurrection Garden - The Farmwife Crafts

We’ve been pretty busy around here and we haven’t had a lot of time to make any Easter crafts, but we did manage to find time to make this Resurrection Garden.  This is a great way to help your kids learn the Easter story!   My friend Liz, from The Farmwife Cooks told me about...Read More »