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Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Mother's Day Pots
Mother's Day Terra Cotta Pot
Here is a fun Mother's Day gift. I bought Terra Cotta pots from Walmart. Some years I also bought the little plate that the pot sits upon. Depending on the age of your students you can make this project simpler or more unique. At times I painted all the pots white. Other years the kids painted their own pots white or other colors. I bought a wide variety of tissue paper from solids, stripes, shapes, designs, etc. Cut the tissue paper into small squares (they don't have to be even in size, you want variation) Have the students choose a few types of tissue paper to use. I like the mixture of papers. Then using Mod Podge Gloss you apply a layer to the pot and place the tissue paper on the Mod Podge. You will also add more Mod Podge on top of the tissue paper. This will appear white and goopy which means you are doing this correctly. Let this dry and your pot can be complete. If you would like to do more here are a few ideas: 1. Add a bit of ribbon around the rim of the pot. 2. Spray the pot with a sealant to water proof it, this way you can place a plant in the pot. 3. Add pens that have been wrapped to silk flowers. 4. Have the students make flowers and stick their flowers on straws to place in the pot. If you want the flowers to stand up you can stick them in the floral green foam. This has always been a big hit with the students and parents.