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This is such a fun project that can be used for all occasions. To start, you need to make the ‘flowers’. I have chosen to go with pink, red and purple but you can use any colours you like. Paint little hands and make handprints on the paper, once they have dried cut them all out. Once you have all your ‘flowers’ then you need to stick them to the straws – this can be done with glue or cellotape (I actually preferred cellotape for this). Its best to cut the straws to different lengths so they sit nicely once in the pot. Then the fun part… planting all your lovely new flowers into their flower pot. Once you are happy with the position, fill in the pot with the shredded tissue paper and you’re done!!!
Materials needed:
Flower pot
Straws
Shredded tissue
Paper
Paint / paintbrushes
Scissors
Glue or cellotape
Play-Doh or Blue-Tac
Optional for decoration:
Ribbon & bows
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As an added extra, you can decorate the flower pot if you like, using ribbon & bows, stickers, glitter or just paint.
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DIY Mother Day Gift
Things you will need:
– A cute mug (I found both of mine at TJMaxx)
– Candle wax flakes, or an old candle you already have (you can melt it down or shave it yourself). You will need enough flakes to fill your mug up TWICE.
– Candle wicks
– Pencils or chopsticks (or in my case, soap stirrers; really just a wooden utensil to keep your wick in place)
– Pot or sauce pan
– Glass bowl or smaller pot
– Fragrance oil (if you want a scented candle)
– Scotch tape
Directions:
1. Fill the pot halfway with water and bring to boil. Place the glass bowl or smaller pot full of wax flakes in the pot of boiling water and wait for wax to completely melt. I had a lot of flakes, so it took mine about thirty minutes on medium to medium-high heat.
2. While your flakes are melting, get your mug ready! Place the candle wick in the center of the mug and keep it standing and centered using whatever wooden utensils (i.e. pencils, chopsticks) you have on hand. This is when the scotch tape comes in handy. You can tape the sticks together or to the mug to help it stay in place.
3. Once the wax flakes are completely melted, remove the smaller pot/bowl from the water and stir fragrance into the melted wax. I used about half a bottle of lavender fragrance oil. It smelled strong but once your candle is finished the scent will be much lighter.
4. Immediately pour the wax into your mug, being careful to keep the wick centered. Don’t move your mug around once you have poured the wax!
5. Wait! If you chose to melt or shave down an already-made candle, it will not take as long to set. If you used wax flakes, wait about 24 hours before moving the candle to be safe.
6. Trim your wick and light away, my friend.
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DIY Mother Day Gift
Things you will need:
– A cute mug (I found both of mine at TJMaxx)
– Candle wax flakes, or an old candle you already have (you can melt it down or shave it yourself). You will need enough flakes to fill your mug up TWICE.
– Candle wicks
– Pencils or chopsticks (or in my case, soap stirrers; really just a wooden utensil to keep your wick in place)
– Pot or sauce pan
– Glass bowl or smaller pot
– Fragrance oil (if you want a scented candle)
– Scotch tape
Directions:
1. Fill the pot halfway with water and bring to boil. Place the glass bowl or smaller pot full of wax flakes in the pot of boiling water and wait for wax to completely melt. I had a lot of flakes, so it took mine about thirty minutes on medium to medium-high heat.
2. While your flakes are melting, get your mug ready! Place the candle wick in the center of the mug and keep it standing and centered using whatever wooden utensils (i.e. pencils, chopsticks) you have on hand. This is when the scotch tape comes in handy. You can tape the sticks together or to the mug to help it stay in place.
3. Once the wax flakes are completely melted, remove the smaller pot/bowl from the water and stir fragrance into the melted wax. I used about half a bottle of lavender fragrance oil. It smelled strong but once your candle is finished the scent will be much lighter.
4. Immediately pour the wax into your mug, being careful to keep the wick centered. Don’t move your mug around once you have poured the wax!
5. Wait! If you chose to melt or shave down an already-made candle, it will not take as long to set. If you used wax flakes, wait about 24 hours before moving the candle to be safe.
6. Trim your wick and light away, my friend.

Mother's Day gift idea - print the photos and put in a handmade frame from their child ... See MoreSee Less

Mothers Day gift idea - print the photos and put in a handmade frame from their child

This is a great Mother's day DIY gift. ... See MoreSee Less

This is a great Mothers day DIY gift.

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