Paper Flower Pot Craft for Kidson May 21st, 2012 at 9:00 am
Here’s another great spring project. It’s two pages long, and is best on card stock. BUT you can really use normal paper if you want.
I included the instructions in this post with photos. Makes it nice an easy.
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And here are those instructions:
- Cut out flowers, stems, flower pot, and risers.
- Fold stems in half on dotted line.
- Glue them to flowers.
- Fold Risers back and forth on dotted lines.
- Glue them to the bottom of the flower pot. Two on top,
and one at the bottom center so that the flower pot sticks up. (See Pic #1)
- Glue pot to a blank piece of paper. (See Pic #2)
- Glue flowers under pot. (See Pic #3)
I hope that this makes it nice and easy. I’ve been loving all the fun spring projects for kids! It’s been so sunny where I live,
and it’s been great. Spring is such a fun time of beginnings . . . everything seems so fresh. I finished my college classes
for the semester and am looking forward to creating more fun kids crafts over the summer.
I have a few left that got put on hold due to the Holiday kids crafts that we posted. But with the big holidays out
of the way, I’m going to get those posted real soon.
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Print up this Flower Pot project here:
Hope you enjoy it!