Not your regular “Tea Cup”- A DIY Mother’s Day Gift Idea
If you are still trying to figure out a Mother’s Day gift, I highly recommend going the DIY route! Nothing says “I love you” like a handmade gift from the heart. No matter how easy or intricate the project, it is sure to be remembered for years to come.
As you have probably learned from my posts, I am all about easy and cheap DIY projects. I also have a thing for tea cups and this post will show you another super cute way to use them.
All you need is:
- Old tea cup and saucer
- Peat pallet (for seedlings)
- Flower seeds
- Potting soil
- Heavy duty glue
Take your peat pellet and place it in some warm water and leave it for about an hour. It will soak up all the water and expand into a cute little tube of contained soil. Once it has expanded, you can take your seed and place them in the center of the pellet and push down until the seed is covered. Next you are going to fill your tea cup with the potting soil and then place the pellet inside and cover it with some extra potting soil. Finally you are going to glue the cup to the saucer! The glue that I used has to cure for 24 hours. Make sure you follow the directions on the product you are using.
Jennifer Hunt is the owner/licensee of Guelph Mompreneurs, the creative mind behind Imagine With Paper, and a social media footprint in the Guelph-Wellington area with her blog My Big Blue World which is focused on the adventures – and misadventures – of being a mom of 3 boys. She describes herself as a “serial crafter and DIY addict” and sometimes finds it hard to step away from pinterest. Although life can get pretty hectic she has decided to add a new blog “Goddess With a Gluegun” into the mix.