Flower Pot Candy Jar

I can hardly believe we are halfway through April already.  Before we know it we’ll be celebrating Mother’s Day and then the school year will be coming to an end.  If you’re looking for a handmade gift for mom or maybe even something to say thank you to your child’s teacher for all they’ve done this school year, this adorable Flower Pot Candy Jar makes a great gift!  It’s also a great addition to spring or summer decor if you want to make one for yourself.

Flower Pot Candy Jar

Flower Pot Candy Jar

Supplies:

  • 1 small terracotta flower pot with bottom saucer
  • paint brush
  • 1 cabinet knob – I found this adorable beaded knob at a thrift shop
  • paint – suitable for ceramic
  • 1 small glass rose bowl
  • 1 tube of adhesive – something that will work with glass and ceramic

Flower Pot Candy Jar

Instructions:

Begin by painting your flower pot.  Apply 2 coats of paint, allowing it to dry completely between coats and after.  You’ll need to paint all surfaces of the pot and saucer with the exception of the inside of the actual flower pot.

When the paint is completely dry use a small amount of adhesive to attach the knob to the saucer piece to create the candy jar lid.  Set aside to dry.

Flower Pot Candy Jar

 

While the glue dries on the first piece create the base of the candy jar.  Turn the flower pot upside down.  Apply a small amount of adhesive to the bottom of the glass bowl and place it on the flower pot, carefully pressing down.  Allow the adhesive to dry completely before using.

Flower Pot Candy Jar

Once the adhesive is dry on both the candy jar and lid it is ready to use!  Fill with a favorite candy and use or give as a gift.

Flower Pot Candy Jar

You can add details or a phrase using paint and stencils or scrap booking stickers if you want to personalize the jar or make it more unique!

About the author: Racquel is a stay at home mom with an extensive background in interior home design. She loves baking & creating beautifully decorated treats, cooking new and unique recipes for the whole family, designing and decorating on a budget with upcycled projects, and making kid and grown-up crafts. You can find Racquel at www.faithflourcreamandsugar.com

7 comments… add one
  • Great idea. I love getting things at thrift stores to make crafts with.

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  • Really cute idea — and great instructions! Thanks for sharing at the Inspire Me Mondays Link-Up! Have a fantastic week!

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  • This is so cute – I love how simple it is to make. Thank you so much for sharing it with Share It One More Time. Cathy

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  • what a fun and cute idea!!! I don’t have any clay pots hanging around right now, it is worth it to go out and get one just to make this!!!

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