Thursday, April 26, 2012

{printable} mother's day flower pot template

The first of the Mother's Day printables is here today! 

They come in two sizes, one flower pot per A4 page, and 2 flower pots per A4 page, making them A5 in size. The smaller ones are great for little kids if you are doing handprints! Chloe's fit perfectly on the A5, but Noah's handprint was too big and he needed the A4 size. 

We decided to do paper handprint cutouts and tissue paper flowers. But the possibilities are endless with this template, as it has plenty of room to be creative! You could have the kids simply draw a picture of flowers, or paint one, or do a handprint with paint, or use pop sticks and all sorts of other fun craft things to make beautiful flowers. Anything! Really great for classroom activities or playgroup too.

We like ripping paper here. And we like glue. So those things suit my little guy and he happily made some tissue paper flowers.

Too cute! We made some extras for the grandmothers :o}

Of course, there is plenty of room to personalise the flower pot too - Noah drew himself and me in the garden. I love it!

Download the A4 sized flower pot template here
Download the A5 {2 per A4 sheet} flower pot template here

More Mother's Day printables coming tomorrow :o}

As always, these printables are free for personal and classroom use only. Please do not use for commercial purposes.
They are © 2012 - a little delightful.
No derivatives of this printable are permitted. Please do not alter these and share them as your own.
Freebie printables are offered 'as is' and cannot be changed without incurring a personalisation charge.
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  1. Oh these are so cute!!! I get so excited to see what you come up with next!!

  2. This is a really gorgeous idea.

  3. I love how simple these are, we often get caught up in trying to make big fancy things for our parents which just makes a lot of work for us and I'm sure most parents would enjoy something like this just as much.

  4. How cute. What mother would not love to get this for mothers day. Thanks for sharing.


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