Sunday, 1 March 2015

Mothersday Day Nik Nak Holder Pots



















With Mothersday coming up soon, its really nice to get children to make home made presents for mums. The gifts are more personalised and it also teaches children that not all presents gifted need to be shop bought and have be expensive. These little nik nak pots are really easy to make and all the craft items needed are ones you can find around the house or you can use scraps.This activity is suitable for young children with adult supervision.


To see how you can make these Nik Nak holder pots please watch the video here:


You will need to make the pots:

1 small round plastic container
Coloured paper
scraps of ribbons and braid
Some buttons, sequins or decorations of choice
Double sided tape
Glue gun or fabric glue
Scissors
Gifts to put into the cups such as jewellery, pens, brushes, chocolates, candles, miniture bath stuff.


Some gift ideas to put into your pots:


Candle Holder


Chocolate Holder

Makeup Brush Holder


Jewellery Holder



Pen Holder



36 comments:

  1. What I love about these kind of gifts are that they are so easy to make, full of thought and can be decorated so uniquely, thank you for sharing they are lovely :) x
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  2. They look fab. I like how the can be used to hold many things x

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  3. This is such a great idea! Fantastic for make up brushes!

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  4. Aw what a really sweet idea :) They look relatively straight forward to make too.

    Laura from www.whatlauralovesuk.com xxx

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  5. This is an excellent idea for the desk. I already have 2 jars, a cup and a tin holding my stuff... maybe it's time I stopped buying so much stationary ^_^

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  6. wow... the holders look fabulous... Making your own gift makes it priceless...

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  7. aw these are actually quite cute and something that my daughter would do for her items in her new bedroom x

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  8. What a cute idea - I love a homemade gift!

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  9. They are beautiful and I wouldn't say no to a couple on my desk as pen post. Love the blue ones. Will have to leave this page open so the boys can see

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  10. Oh they are so cute <3 what a lovely idea. x

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  11. Great idea. Every Mum needs a holder like this. They came out really pretty and cute.

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  12. I'd be thrilled to receive these. What a lovely idea :-)

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  13. They look good and they're practical too - can imagine they are fun to make.

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  14. I love the make-up brush idea, it looks great x

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  15. What a great idea, they look fab. My youngest two would enjoy doing this. Thanks

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  16. What a lovely homeade gift idea

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  17. Such a great idea, I need several of these!

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  18. This is a great idea. I love receiving home-made gifts.

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  19. This nik nak holder looks beautiful. You are very creative.

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  20. They are both so cute! And I must say I would love a gift like this. The ones that the kids make themselves are the best ones.

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  21. as a chocolate pot, wrapped in celophane to give it that extra pazzaz, and I would gift this to anyone and everyone for any and every occasion. Amazing idea!!

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  22. These look lovely and would make a fab unique gift! I love the little pom poms around the top of the pink one xx

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  23. I just don't have the patience, so I'm always impressed when someone does. I think I may just bake a cake.

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  24. Something to keep busy and use up bits and buttons.

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  25. They are so beautiful and decorative .

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  26. This is such a lovely gift idea, I'd be over the moon if I received something like this :D

    Louise x

    With love from Lou

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  27. Mums love homemade gifts don't they? This takes me back to my youth and crafting away in the kitchen and telling my Mother she couldn't come in until I was done.

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  28. Jolly good idea Nayna. I don't think I made my mother anything half as good as one of these - poor woman!

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  29. Really pretty - have you linked this up to fabulously frugal? you so should!

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  30. love these, i prefer a homemade gift to a bought one .. i need a new pen pot!

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  31. I love these, they look fantastic and even better because they're home made. Really great idea.

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  32. I love getting home made gifts. It's so nice to look back on things they've made when they were younger :)

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  33. Those are really cute!!! I love how versatile they are. :-)

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