Nothing shows mom just how special she is than a homemade gift. This Mother’s Day Flower Pot Craft is simple, cute, and something mom can keep for years to come. Unlike real flowers, these flowers will live forever! Brighten up her day by having the kiddos make this super cute gift.
Mother’s Day Flower Pot Craft Supplies
The great thing about this craft is that you don’t even need to go to the store. You can find all the supplies you need right on Amazon! Click the links below to find the supplies you need.
- Small flower pot
- Green popsicle sticks
- Flower gems
- Decorative sand
- Cool tool glue gun (great for kids to use)
- Small bowls (optional)
How to Make Mother’s Day Craft
Place a dot of glue onto the end of a popsicle stick with the glue gun.
Attach a flower gem.
Repeat this step for the remaining flowers. (For this project, we used about 10 flowers for the pot.)
Add sand to pot, leaving a little room at the top. *If there’s a hole at the bottom of the flower pot, place something on top of the hole to keep the sand from falling through. This could be a piece of paper, paper towel, etc.
Stick flowers into the pot and arrange them like a bouquet.
If you would like to decorate the flower pot, you can.
You could glue flowers around the pot, write a “Happy Mother’s Day” message, or let the kids get creative. This is optional, but another cute step.
*Additional Idea: Have kids paint the flower pots before creating the bouquet.
If you are looking for some other fun ideas, check out our Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids Post. In this post, you will find a plethora of Mother’s Day ideas you can do wit the kiddos. Some of which include:
A unicorn succulent Pot
Rose Filled Mother’s Day Card
Mother’s Day Coffee Card
Bottle Cap Keychains
Fingerprint Flower cups
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.