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DIY Flower Pot Apple ~ Perfect Back to School Craft

DIY Flower Pot AppleDIY Flower Pot Apple ~ Perfect Back to School Craft

The approaching fall season means it is time to start thinking apples. This DIY flower pot apple is a great way to make your own colorful little apples, perfect for hiding treasures in or even for filling with gummy worms for back to school fun. It's a really fun kids craftfun kids craft. Take a peek below at how to make your own in just minutes and using just a handful of supplies. These are so fun! We hope that you love this DIY Flower Pot Apple ~ Perfect Back to School Craft.

DIY Flower Pot Apple ~ Perfect Back to School Craft


DIY Flower Pot AppleDirections

  1. Begin by apply two coats of red paint to your flower pot. Make sure you allow time for the paint to dry in between each coat.
  2. Once the paint is dry, place the saucer on top of the pot. You will now see the apple shape take form.
  3. Take a small piece of stem (we just used a stick from our yard) and glue it to the top of the saucer. It will now look like a stem on the apple.
  4. Cut a small leaf or two from your green felt or paper. Apply some glue and press it to the stem. Your flower pot apple is now complete!

As mentioned, there are a few ways you can use your flower pot apple. It is a great back to school gift for teachers, or a fun gift for kids when filled with gummy worms or treats. This is a great craft to do when learning a lesson on apples, or if you just want a way to beat boredom blues.Gather your supplies and give this easy and inexpensive apple flower pot craft a try. It is one your kids are sure to love! We hope that you are inspired by this DIY Flower Pot Apple ~ Perfect Back to School Craft. Happy crafting.

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