Spring Chick Planter DIY

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Ooh we have another fantastic and super cute Spring craft for you today – some rather darling and super duper cute and easy Spring Chick DIY Planter idea!!

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First shared in March 2018

These little DIY chick planters are perfect for Spring, for Easter or even Mother’s Day – aren’t they just super happy and cute?! What a great way to brighten up your home for Easter and Spring. We do love a cute Easter Decor DIY. Fabulous. We rather adore Chick Crafts and have all sorts for you to choose from here on Red Ted Art (from Chick Bookmarks, to 2min Chick Treat Boxes… cutest ever!)!

Spring Chick DIY Planters

To make these darling chick plant pots, you will need

  • Mini Terracotta Pots
  • Paint
  • Feathers
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Paint Brush
  • Cardstock
  • Googly Eyes or Black Paint Pen

How to make your own chick DIY planters for Spring or Easter

You will see that these DIY Plant Pots are super duper cute and easy to make. And make great gifts for Easter and spring! Watch our quick overview video below.. and then check out the step by step instructions!

Step by Step Succulent Planter DIY Instructions

Paint the terracotta pots and allow them to dry completely.

Glue feathers on the side of the terracotta pots and on the top rim of the pot.

Use a pencil to draw on eyes, once you are satisfied with how they look, trace over them with a black paint pen.

(If you are letting the little ones do every step themselves, googly eyes would be great!)

Cut a diamond shape from cardstock and fold it in half to create a bird beak

Glue the diamond shape (beak) onto the front of the pot.

Carefully fill the terracotta pot with soil to avoid getting dirt in the feathers and then plant your succulents inside.

How to look after succlents

Succulent Care Tip: To water your plant, soak the soil each time it’s become completely dry. Allow excess water to drain out of the bottom. Do not allow the plant to soak in a pool of water all day or night. Once the soil dries out, you may soak the plant again.

You may also adore these super duper cute Unicorn DIY Planters

This DIY Chick Planter Video is also available on YouTube