Aimee
Aimee
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Minion Flower Pot


Since Spring is right around the corner, I decided to let my girls get creative and paint some flower pots. My oldest daughter wanted to get a little more creative than the others and make a Minion Flower Pot. She knew that since all of her little sisters loved the Minion Movies that this would be a perfect addition to our garden area.
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
The first step to creating your Minion Flower Pot is to paint the upper portion of it bright yellow. This will be the Minion’s face.
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
Once the yellow portion has dried, paint the remaining bottom blue. After the blue paint has dried, choose a thin paintbrush and paint the pocket black and make a circle next to the pocket and paint a ‘G’ inside of it.
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
After the flower pot has dried, you will begin on the goggles. Grab your silver paint and paint a large circle in the middle front of the pot.
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
In the middle of the circle you’ve created, create another circle but smaller, this is the eye. Paint the circle half black and half white. Then once that has dried, outline it in brown. Give him a little black smile and cute pink cheeks. To finish the goggles you will want to paint a solid black line from one side of the goggles to the next.
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
After the base has dried, put painter's tape underneath the top portion of the pot. Then paint the remaining top portion black. After the Minion Flower Pot has completely dried, add d​irt, and seeds. Enjoy!
minion flower pot, container gardening, crafts, gardening
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1 question
  • Mar2152614
    on Feb 18, 2016

    what kind of paint and paint brush did you use?

    • Aimee
      on Feb 18, 2016

      acrylic paint and regular paintbrushes.. nothing fancy.. whatever is most comfortable for whoever is painting

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