Easter Tomb!

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Take a can of biscuits. Flatten out each biscuit out with your fingers. Tell your kids they are making a tomb. Take a large marshmellow and explain that this represents Jesus. Put the marshmellow on the biscuit and wrap the biscuit around the marshmallow. Make sure all edges are sealed (pinch until no seam). Put a pat of butter on top. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon to represent the spices that were put on Jesus. Bake as directed on package. You may have to guess at this. After cooked, the marshmallow melts and is gone. Explain how Jesus is not in the tomb, He is Risen!


Jenn4him said...

That really looks like an empty tomb! Fun and meaningful. Have a great weekend. Blessings,

Gina said...

Thanks for sharing this idea! It looks much easier than the one I have!!


Have a happy Easter!

devildogwife said...

That's fun and a great visual!

Pam said...

This is such a neat project. THanks for sharing the photos1

Tammy said...

Those are fun! We did those a couple of years ago with the boys.

Thank you for sharing your empty "tomb" pictures with us.


Karen said...

This is the neatest illustration!

Hope you have a wonderful day!

Pure and Sensible said...

How fun!!!

Stacy said...

that is really neat!

Mama Karen said...

What a wonderful Easter tradition! I have never heard of this, but think that it is an important "visual" treat in which Christ is represented.
Blesisngs, Mama Karen

SuzyScribbles said...

No way!
Oh, that sounds so cool! I need to tell my DD about this one. We always did the treasure hunt with symbols, etc., but this is such a neat idea! I will definitely remember this one.
Thank you so much for sharing it.

Canadagirl said...

Ohhhhh my 4ds son saw this and he just LOVED it ! I will have to get my hubby to get me what I need. This is a awesome anology of the mircle of Christ. Thank you so much for sharing !!!

Blessings and ((hugs)) my SSiC
In Him<><

Anonymous said...

Thoses look really good!

Amy said...

I love those biscuits! Great job Mom!!!


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