March Break Flower Pot Activity

diy flower pot

I feel like this week is just flying past me and it is only Tuesday. I got a few ideas for this break that will have your children or siblings excited. I thought this week one of the activities my siblings could do is paint a flower pot for my mom. My siblings bring over plants in cups from school around these last few months. This already made flower pots will give their your home stylish dΓ©cor that you can place those plants from school or ones of your choice. However best of all, these flower pots was painted by your kids with love. Here is how we made it:

I bought two packs of this flower pot set for $1.00 each at Dollarama

 Cute little 10cm flower pot.
 I also bought this three pack Repositionable Designer Making Tape from Elmer’s Brand for $1.00

 First use the designer tape and stick it onto the flower pot.
Create any design patterns you want
Now let the kids paint

Once dry, you can peal the tape off.
Now you have cute designed flower pots.
Align them by the window and watch your kids excitedly tell everyone they painted this.

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22 Replies to “March Break Flower Pot Activity”

  1. such a fun craft! love the black and geometric pattern!

    1. Thank you so much. It was fun to create this project. Thank you for stopping by and commenting! πŸ˜€

  2. Hello! I just found you at the Block Party! And now I'm a stalk……uh….follower!!! Love this idea and not just for kids! I wanna do it for me!!! Then I'll do it with my great grand kids. Me first! hehe Thanks for the great idea! Dona

    1. Lol thank you so much. Don't worry I did one of them for myself as well. I'm glad that I have a new stalk umm follower now πŸ™‚

  3. oh, opps. I commented twice. I'm making a bad impression, aren't I?

    1. I wouldn't say you are making a bad impression. I am glad that you like this post that you had to comment twice πŸ™‚ Thank you Dona for stopping by and commenting twice πŸ˜€

  4. So fun! Love the color choice!

    We would love for you to come and link up at Your Designs This Time, Mondays 8:00am EST.
    http://www.elizabethjoandesigns.com

    1. Thank you so much Emily, I would love to come and link up at your link party. Thank you for the invitation and your comment.

  5. So cute!! Love this idea, and I love anything that's easy and affordable and this looks to be both! Pinning!

    Thanks for linking up to Wordy Wednesday! πŸ™‚

    1. Me too!, Thank you for stopping by and commenting Carrie πŸ™‚

  6. Your diy turned out so cute! Thanks for sharing at the party @DearCreatives

    1. Your welcome Theresa. Thank you, for stopping by and commenting. πŸ™‚

  7. I love all the fun stuff you can do with terra cotta pots! Not too long ago we did chalkboard terra cotta pots with my girl scouts! I would love it if you linked up with us this week! http://www.sowderingabout.com/search/label/Awesome%20Things

    1. Chalkboard terra cotta pots very cool. Sure I will link up at your bog πŸ™‚

  8. A great, fun project for kids! This would be perfect for gifts for the kids. Thanks for sharing on the Merry Monday linkup.

    1. I agree, thank you for stopping by and commenting Lisa.

    2. Cha Cha Herrington says: Reply

      and we are going to do th toda. We are Belton Tigers so we will have Tiger paws on our pots. GO BIG RED

    3. What a great idea πŸ™‚ thanks for commenting!

  9. Great idea must make some for my herbs in the kitchen – Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.

    1. Thank you Amber, you will have very stylish herb pots πŸ™‚

  10. What a great idea! Thanks for linking up to Funastic Friday. I hope you can make it again this week.

    1. Thank you Sherry, see you at this week's party πŸ™‚

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