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How to Create an Easter Garden?

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To create an Easter garden, you need a shallow tray, mud/soil, a small cup, and a small round pot. Get a tray and get dirt or potting soil from the yard. Use the plastic cup to form grave. Place the round stone to cover the mouth of the grave. Make crosses with sticks. Place small potted flowers that look like tree. To know more about it, visit: http://amysfreeideas.com/English/How_to_make_an_Easter_Garden.html
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