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Want to make a fun DIY St. Patrick’s Day Decoration for your home or classroom? This end of the rainbow pot of gold planter is the perfect homemade St. Patrick’s Day decor idea! It would make a great St. Patrick’s Day centerpiece for the table as well!
These end of the rainbow pot of gold planters are so stinking cute! This is a great craft for you or your older kids. Younger kids can also help to make these with your assistance. Best of all, this St. Patrick’s Day Decor craft is affordable to make. A perfect activity in the rainy days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day.
You’ll need to spend a bit of time on each part of this St. Patrick’s Day decoration. From painting to gluing, this project takes a bit of time and patience. However, it all comes together to create a piece of St. Patrick’s Day décor that is so fun and festive.
If you are making this rainbow pot of gold planter with the kids, you can have each child can be in charge of different parts of the craft. When you make something together, it makes the item even more special. Let your kids be creative and choose the colors they want to use. This inspires creativity and encourages them to try something different.
If you’re looking for a craft that can be done together or takes a bit of time, this rainbow pot of gold craft is perfect. Best of all, you end up with a homemade St. Patrick’s Day decoration that you made together and can display in your home year after year.
Rainbow Pot of Gold Planter Materials:
- 3.5 in. Terra cotta pot
- Popsicle sticks
- Paint in primary colors
- Hot glue gun
- Cotton balls
- Plastic gold coins
- Ribbon (we used purple)
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Rainbow Pot of Gold Planter Instructions:
First, paint a popsicle stick each of the colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Paint a second coat if needed to cover completely.
While your popsicle sticks are drying, paint the outside of the terra cotta pot green. No need to paint the inside unless you really want to.
Once dried, glue the popsicle sticks together side by side to form a rainbow using a hot glue gun.
Glue the rainbow at a bit of an angle to the inside of the back of the terra cotta pot as shown. It should look like the rainbow ends in the pot.
Next, pull apart a few cotton balls.
Glue the cotton balls to the top of the rainbow popsicle sticks to form a puffy cloud.
Now, wrap a piece of ribbon around the top lip of the terra cotta pot and use glue to secure in the back.
Finally, fill the pot with some plastic gold coins. If you are short on gold coins stuff the pot with some tissue paper so that you only need to use the coins to cover a thin layer on the top of the paper.
Enjoy this fun St. Patrick’s Day decoration and have a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!