|Paint the entire
clay pot and bottom white. Coat twice. Let it dry.
Cut the sponge into two small
Pour the pink paint and the blue
paint onto the paper plate. Be sure to keep the colors separate.
Dab a sponge square into the pink
paint. Lightly dab it onto a paper towel to make sure there is no
Now, using the sponge, dab a
checkerboard pattern on the rim of the 4 inch clay pot.
Repeat with the blue. (See
Alternate pink and blue across the
rim of the bowl.
Let it dry.
Cut out the Easter Bunnies or
Easter decorations you plan to use.
Decide where you plan to place the
Very carefully pour some of the
Mod Podge into a butter lid or some other disposable tray. Wipe off the
lip of the Mod Podge container before you close it. Otherwise, it will
be sealed forever! (Believe me, I have 2 jars I can't open!)
With the sponge brush, lightly
brush Mod Podge on the back of the cut outs. Place them on the pot
where you want them.
Now, get quite a bit of Mod Podge
on your sponge brush.
Paint the entire pot, inside and
out, (and over the cut outs) with Mod Podge.
Do the pot bottom as well.
This seals the paint and the
Let it dry well.
I put some floral green styrofoam
stuff (sorry, can't think of what to call it.) in the bottom of this. I
hot glued some Easter Basket Grass to the top of that.
Then, I take skewers and cut them
to different lengths.
Cut leaves out of green paper or
felt or use left over leaves from artificial flowers.
Glue the leaves onto the skewers
leaving the top free.
I bought a set of small Easter
tree decorations and hot glued them to the top of the skewers.
Stick them into the floral foam in
the pot. If you wish, you may fill in with baby's breath, or artificial
It costs very little and really is