Looking for an easy craft that the kids will love? This cute flower pot painting craft is not only fun for kids but also makes a great gift!
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and if the kids are looking for a pretty gift for mom, this flower pot painting craft is perfect. With just a little help from dad, they’ll have a gift that mom will treasure.
The great part about painted flower pots is that they also make great gifts for Teacher Appreciation week, Grandparents Day or any other occasion. Kids can even get creative and come up with their own flower pot painting ideas. My six year old had a blast making her flower pot and yours will too!
What You’ll Need:
Acrylic paints – I used light blue, green, red, yellow, pink, purple, dark green, orange, white
Flower Pot Painting Craft For Kids
Your child can start by painting the background, blue for sky and green for grass.
Keira chose to paint the whole thing blue, then add green grass over the top.
Next, she got started on her insects. First she made a bumblebee.
She was very focused and after the bumblebee, she made more insects and added a few flowers. For the grand finale, she made fingerprint clouds at the top.
Little Keira was pretty proud of her work when it was all done.
Well, it wasn’t completely done.
Right now this ant just looks like a red blob and the flowers are floating in the air.
What a difference a black Sharpie can make!
Looks like our friendly bumblebee earned his stripes.
I actually had to Google whether or not caterpillars had antennae…I’ve never gotten close enough to notice. Apparently they do, though they’re shorter than normal insect antennae.
When everything is dry, you’ll want to spray your flower pot with sealant to make it waterproof. Let it dry overnight, then check out how pretty your flower pot painting craft turned out.
From butterflies to bumblebees, you can add whatever you want to these painted flower pots. It was actually Keira’s idea to add the ant.
Any mom would love getting this for Mother’s Day!
This also makes a great summer craft that’ll keep the kids entertained when school’s out for summer.
What flower pot painting ideas do you have? What should we add to our next one?
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