Image by This Southern Girl Can via Youtube
I love designing my garden and putting up cute decorations. A recent project that I did is this flower pot cower shelf sitter DIY by This Southern Girl Can on Youtube. Isn’t this set adorable? I super love the baby cow. Watch the video below for the full instructions.
Take the labels off. Glue the 2 flower pots together just like in the photo below with E600 and hot glue.
Paint all the pots in white and let them dry. Paint the top edges of the small pots in black then make the black spots. For the body, paint the bottom of the pot on top pink, then paint the nose and eyes. Once done, paint the black spots.
Cut a long twine and make a knot on one end. Insert a small pot on the other end and pull it down to the knot. Feed the other end inside the small hole between the body and head of the cow, then insert another small pot. Adjust the length depending on the height that you want to hang them, then make a knot on the end to secure them.
Insert another twine into one small pot and make a knot. Measure how you want the legs to be and cut it. Do the same on the other pot. Glue them on the inside of the body with E6000 and hot glue.
Wrap the black and white yarn around your four fingers several times. Use a small piece of yarn to tie the loops together, then cut the loop. Glue it on the head. Next, glue the ribbon on the hair.
Cut the ears of the cow from a foam sheet and paint black spots and pink on the center. Glue them on the head. Lastly, glue the flowers on the neck.