Today I’ve got a guest post from my friends who are starting up a new blog Frugal and Fun which I thought some of you might like? This seemed like a great idea for a project in the summer holidays so over to the gang!
Terracotta Plants Pots
Emulsion paint (we got some tester pots, as we only have cream in the house)
White acrylics paint
Pencil with eraser in the end.
Paint each of the plant pots and allow to dry, some may need a second coat, but this is pretty fast work.
We chose to just pop white acrylic as spots all over the pots, this way the boys could do it themselves and they really enjoyed it. By using the end of a pencil with an eraser on it was pretty simple. Now if we had more time I would have let the boys decorate each pot as they.
Again leave to dry, then cover with a layer of varnish.
We made sure that we painted the top of the inside of the pots too.
Then we added a primula in to each, et voila. Oh and it cost all of 30p for the pots, 59p each for the plants and a little paint and time.
Like this craft? Then my not register to follow us on Frugal and Fun. We are going to be releasing an e-book full of frugal ideas to keep you and your children happy over the summer holidays.
Do you love or loath the summer holidays?
I am in the love camp, but I do remember the time when my boys were both smaller that I dreaded them and the thought of six weeks (or more) straight with them sent me in to a tailspin.
This year you need worry no more, as we have an e-book on the way out which will show you frugal and fun ways to get through the summer holiday.
It begins with a week of preparation activities to help you get ready for the weeks ahead. The e-book will contain a recipe, an indoor activity and an outdoor activity each day within themed weeks. These activities are suitable for 3-10 years olds.
- The Olympics
- The Great Outdoors
- Around the World
- Heroes and Heroines
- Home Sweet Home