Easter Resurrection Garden

Hello everyone! I hope that you all are having a wonderful Wednesday. ๐Ÿ˜€ So today I thought since Easter is only 4 days away, I would share with you all how to make an Easter Resurrection Garden. My family and I always make this every year for Easter. I hope that you all enjoy this post. ๐Ÿ™‚ Now let’s get started.

List of things you will need.

Hot Glue Gun

Grass Seed

Potting Soil

A Shallow Pottery Dish (at least 12 inches in diameter)

Branches or Twigs

Little Rocks from your yard.

A large rock

About a 3 1/2 inch peat pot

Spray Bottle


Step 1. Make three crosses useing your branches or twigs. Glue them together.

Step 2. Place the potting soil in your dish.

Step 3. Place the peat pot in the middle of the dish for your tomb.

Step 4. Pour in more potting soil so that it covers your peat pot and froms a hill.

Step 5. Put your three crosses on top of the little hill.

Step 6. Get your little rocks and place them all around the tomb. Do not put any on top of the hill.

Step 7. When that is finished, place your big rock next to the tomb so that is covers the tomb a little.

Step 8. Sprinkle your grass seeds on top of the hill.

Step 9. Mist your garden with the spray bottle. Keep soil moist and your garden in a sunny area.

And your done! ๐Ÿ˜€ Your garden should look somthing like this when you are finished.

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After about a week of water everyday it should look something like this.

This is our garden from last year!
This is our garden from last year!

John 3:16 For Godย so loved the world he gave His one and only son, for whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.


10 thoughts on “Easter Resurrection Garden

    1. Hey Sarah! Sorry it took me so long to respond back to your comment. I am s oglad that you like it, I hope that you will be able to try it soon! ๐Ÿ™‚


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