Clay Rainbow Flower Pot

Amber Oliver
by Amber Oliver
4 Materials
1 Hour

Spring craft are my favorite! It's the perfect time to create colorful projects and I love to create fun things that center on gardening! I'm always looking to add to my ever growing flower pot collections, so for this project I tried out oven baked clay and make some colorful rainbows to decorate a flower pot!

Start by choosing the colors for your rainbow. I went with pink, purple and teal for mine.

Cut off a small chunk (around a 1/4 inch or so) and roll into a ball.

Then using your palm, gently roll out into a long, thin line. Roll evenly to ensure it is the same thickness all the way across.

Next put your 3 colors together, side by side, and curve into a rainbow shape.

Use an X-acto knife to cut the ends so they are even.

Press onto the sides of your pot, so they are curved in a shape that will fit on the pots. Lay on a foil ball in the oven to help them keep their shape. Bake according to the package directions.

After your rainbows have baked and cooled, glue them to your pot!

If you enjoyed this fun project, please check out my other colorful craft projects on my blog!

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