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In this craft video Cheri shows us how to make a flower pot out of an egg carton.
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How to Make a Flower Pot Part 2
Cut apart an egg carton so that you have about five eggcups. Using scissors cut the different shapes of your petals into each eggcup. Next, use acrylic paint to paint your flowers. Set them aside to dry.
To decorate your pot, you can either spray paint the entire pot one color and then use paint pens to decorate it or you can use acrylics to paint directly onto the clay colored pot. Then, set aside to dry.
For the centers of the flowers be creative. You can use old buttons, glitter, pipe cleaners or puff balls. Attach these items with the glue gun. For the flower stems, use a pipe cleaner. Make a flat circle on the end of the stem and use hot glue to attach the flower.
To assemble the flowerpot, place tissues in the bottom of the flower pot and around the stems to support the flowers. After the flowers are secure, you can decorate the top of the pot with bark, beads or anything else you want.