Looking for a cute and easy way to bring Spring inside? This Thumbprint Flower Pot is an easy spring craft that will brighten up your house!
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Last week my daughter bought me a mini-daffodil plant, because she knows they are my favorite flower. Flowers are a great way to brighten up the winter doldrums and remind ourselves that spring is just around the corner!
So I asked my daughter to make me some flower pots to hold the daffodils, along with some herbs that I have had sitting on the window sill in the kitchen. She found this pin on Pinterest which made thumbprint polka dots all over a terracotta flower pot, and changed it up by making thumbprint butterflies on the flower pots.
See how to make the flower pots:
The craft is very simple to make, and the supplies are inexpensive. It is a great craft for kids to make because it is so simple, and it would make a lovely gift for Mother’s Day or a spring birthday.
Thumbprint Flower Pot
- Terracotta flower pot
- acrylic paint in multiple colors
- paint brush
- paper plate
- permanent marker
First I painted a colored stripe around the top edge of the flower pot. I used blue and yellow paint for bright and cheerful spring colors.
Next my daughter put some paint on a paper plate, and used her thumb to make a butterfly shape on the flower pot. The pots we used were small, so there was only room for one butterfly.
After the paint was dry I used a permanent marker to make a body and antenna for the butterfly. Then I took the daffodils and herbs out of their original pots and planted them in the new ones.
Now I have cheerful butterfly flowerpots on my kitchen window sill, and I love the way they brighten up the whole room!