This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Connor wanted to work on a few Christmas crafts over the weekend so we created these cute Reindeer Flower Pots. One we filled with candy and the other we planted a poinsettia in. I’m not sure which one I like better because they are both adorable.
And with every good craft project, we made a huge mess. Connor had paint on his hands and on the table. Thankfully, I had a pack of WaterWipes handy to clean everything up.
I learned with Connor that baby wipes clean everything! I keep them in my purse, in the kitchen, in the car, upstairs, downstairs – everywhere. I’m not sure I would get through the day without using WaterWipes to clean up something. And did you know that WaterWipes are chemical free and only contain two ingredients – 99.9% pure Irish water and 0.1% grapefruit seed extract. This means they are both durable and effective without containing any harmful chemicals. Now, with WaterWipes available at our favorite stores, like online at Walmart.com, you can shop with ease for the world’s purest baby wipe.
Want to make some of your own Reindeer Flower Pots? This is what you’ll need:
- flower pot
- brown paint
- white paint
- black paint
- black glitter (optional)
- paint brushes
- small and large red pom poms
- glue dots
- reindeer antler headband
Step 1: Paint your flower pots brown. Once that paint dries, paint the eyes onto the flower pots.
Step 2: Adhere the red pom poms to the flower pots using the glue dots.
Step 3: Cut the antlers off the headband and attach to the small flower pot with glue dots. Fill with candy.
Step 4: Plant the poinsettia or other holiday plant into the larger flower pot.
That was easy and so much fun!
And when it comes time to clean up, don’t forget the WaterWipes. You can thank me later.
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I-C will randomly select winners from all program entries and will facilitate fulfillment of the winning prizes (5 winners).
This week it will be Easton’s turn to make these fun Santa Handprint Ornaments. I made one years ago for Connor and now Easton needs one. I better make sure we have lots of WaterWipes on hand!
What fun holiday craft projects are you working on?