Our flower pot crafts for kids are a great way to welcome spring and bring the beauty of nature indoors!
We have made sure to recycle an empty container (we used a hot chocolate container) to create these flower pots. Not only bringing nature into the house, also saving the environment one flower pot at a time!
These flower pots are not only filled with flowers, but decorated with flowers too! Home made flowers!
A fun way to celebrate nature, or give as a gift to mom or a teacher.
3+ years old
Time to Complete:
Chose the base color of your flower pot crafts for kids - we chose a nice, bright yellow. Paint the entire container with the chosen paint. Set it aside to dry completely.
Cut out a variety of different flowers - in all kinds of shapes and sizes. If you are not able to cut freehand like we did, just draw a bunch on the construction paper with a pencil and cut them out.
You will want enough flowers to nicely cover your pot with them.
Place a dot of glue into the center of each flower and glue a pom pom in place. You can use orange, yellow and white pom poms.
Bend the leaves of one of your flowers around the pom poms. Hold it in place for a few seconds. Once you let go this will give your flowers a little bend and make them stand out on the flower pot.
Repeat this same process for each of your flowers, it's a little bit time consuming but the end result is totally worth it.
Glue all the flowers onto your flower pot. All you need is a bit of glue on the back of the flower behind the pom pom. Glue them all around and fill up the pot.
Grab some soil and your favorite plant and fill up these flower pot crafts for kids!
From one of our Facebook members, Tiffany Danielle White and her two boys!
"my boys flower pots we just made:) for their g.g. an nana;) we had blast making them!!! love this page!!"
We love what her boys came up with and nana and g.g. are going to love them for sure!
Wrapping them in construction paper definitely speeds up the drying process :)
Are you covered for those rainy spring days? If not, be sure to print some of our spring activities for kids.
Don't forget some more Mother's Day crafts for Kids! Make mom some great home-made gifts to say I love you.