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Fall is my favorite crafting season and Halloween is the most fun. It gives a free pa
Being the plant
I like to come up with easy crafts that are also great to do with my kid. He’s five now, and super into crafting. He has a large (huge) box of craft supplies to use how and when he wants, and the most creative things come out of what’s in that box.
All the materials for these Halloween Googly Eye Planter Pots we already had in his craft box.
Not a lot is needed to make these Halloween decorations. One, or more, terra cotta pots, some black paint, glue, and googly eyes.
It’s not only easy to do, and with few materials, it also doesn’t take a lot of time. Perfect for when you’re busy. You are done in about 15 minutes and some drying time. Plenty of time left before Halloween to make these!
Note: Obviously, when you do make these with a little one, be careful with the glue gun. You can also use any other fast-drying glue for this project.
Terra cotta pots are excellent to craft with. They are inexpensive, come in many different shapes
My plants like them because most clay pots come with drainage holes and are porous, so they breathe, which helps the soil to dry out faster.
Painting the pots does affect the breathability a little, but as long as you don’t apply a sealant, not overwater, and drain out excess water through the bottom, your plants will be very happy with their redecorated digs.
And if you don’t have any spooky plants, just use fill them with Halloween candy!
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- Paint Brush
- Start by painting your terracotta pot with black acrylic paint. Let it dry thoroughly.
- Next, glue on the googly eyes. Start on the top border and let the eyes flow down. Mix the different sizes as you like.
- Remove your plant from its original container and repot it into your Halloween planter pot.
I picked mostly plants with pointy, spikey leaves for that spooky look. But you can put any plant in them you like.