OREO Flower Pots are the perfect kid friendly craft-gift! Everyone gets an OREO and kid artwork!
Do your kids love crafting and art projects? My kids certainly do and I always feel these projects are a great outlet for them to show their own personal creativity. I have to share with you a fun and simple project that will allow your kids to release their inner creativity while having some yummy fun creating a Father’s Day treat. Dad doesn’t always receive bouquets of flowers on Father’s Day but he certainly can enjoy a Father’s Day OREO Flower Pots right?
I wanted to make something awesome, quick, and simple Father’s Day craft that my kids can make all by themselves. As I mentioned earlier this allows my kids to bring their own creativity to the table and make dear old dad a yummy treat. With some basic items my kids set to work creating their very own OREO Flower Pots. You’ll need the following “ingredients”:
OREO’s (pick your favorite flavor I used OREO Original)
Small Flower Pots with a Styrofoam insert
Cut triangles out of multi-colored construction paper. Place glue on a paper plate.
Dab triangles into glue and paste onto skewers. When flower has enough “petals” insert into flower pots.
I told you this project was easy! My kids had a great time creating these for dad!
- OREOs (pick your Flavor I used Original)
- Construction Paper
- Small Flower Pots with a Styrofoam insert
- Gummy Worms
- Cut triangles out of multi-colored construction paper
- Place glue on a plate
- Dab triangles into glue and paste onto skewers
- When Flower has enough "petals" insert into flower pots
- Use Skewers to plant OREOS in pots
- Crumble OREOS to make dirt and place gummy worms into the dirt!