Handprint Flower Pot

By | April 27, 2014

Handprint Flower Pot

My mom is one of those people who has everything she need and is extremely hard to shop for.   So when Mother’s Day comes around each year, I usually have the girls make something special for her instead of hitting the store to buy her something.  She tends to like the homemade gifts better than anything we could buy her and the girls LOVE to give her something that they made like these Handprint Flower Bags we made last year.

This year I thought it would be nice for the girls to make her a pretty Handprint Flower Pot for her to put on her porch.  Depending on the size of the pot you want to use and the age of your kids, you may have to do some fingerprint flowers instead.  We made two pots one for my mom and one for my mother-in-law.  One of the pots was smaller and my oldest (she is 6) had to do fingerprint flowers since her had was too big.

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Out Door Paint (in different colors)
Paint Brushes
Terracotta Flower Pot (any size)
Clear Sealant/Protectant


finger print flower For finger print flowers, dip your finger in yellow paint and put on pot
Then put your finger in your flower color paint and place finger prints around the yellow print

Paint handsPaint your hands the colors of the flowers you want

Place hand on potPlace your hand on the pot to leave your hand print

paint flower stems, leafs, and grassPaint stems, leafs, and grass onto your pot

paint the top rim of potPaint the top rim of the pot

Paint a clear protectant coat over potPaint your clear sealer/protectant over the pot.

fingerprint flower potHere is the pot with the fingerprint flowers.  My little one did the handprints and my oldest the fingerprints.

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21 thoughts on “Handprint Flower Pot

  1. April

    Oh goodness! Mother’s Day! I have to think of something. If my MIL liked gardening, this would be great! But now you have my mind turning! Thanks for sharing with Countdown in Style.

  2. Brittnei

    This is so cute. I love so many of the activities and crafts you do with your kids that you share. I pinned this because I can definitely see me getting a flower pot to try this soon :) Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Countdown in Style!

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  4. aprila

    I absolutely love this such a cute idea. Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again next week.

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  6. Jill

    This is an adorable idea!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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  10. Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

    What a great idea!! I sent my daughter your blog link and we are going to make some of these pots. I can’t wait to see my grandkids little hands on my flower pots:) Thanks for sharing on the Four Seasons Blog Hop~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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