Make-Your-Own Garden Gift Set (sponsored)

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I love being crafty and I also love to garden. Walmart recently shared with me this tutorial on creating a Thanks from Our Garden-Bulb Gift Set and gave me the challenge to see if I could find what I needed at my local Walmart to create this craft. So with my giftcard in hand I set out to do just that or get as close as I possibly could. This is how my crafting went:


8 in. Plastic Flower Pot- $1.96
Scrapbook paper in your favorite designs (I chose damask)- $5.00
Matching Ribbon- $.97
Double Stick Tape
Flower of your choice- $4.44
Bulbs of your choice- $5.38
Garden Gloves- $2.97

Step 1: Arrange Flower Pot with gloves, bulbs, and flowers.

The first thing I did was I arranged the flower pot the way that I wanted it to be. I made sure I picked a flower pot at the store that would fit the items I was going to tuck inside (bulbs, potted plant, and garden gloves).
For my flowering plant, I picked a perennial and for my bulbs I picked an annual. I don’t know about you but when I garden I go through garden gloves like crazy, so an extra pair of garden gloves is always a nice thought when giving a garden gift to someone.

Step 2: Decorate the Outside

I picked out a pack of scrapbook paper at my local Walmart that not only had scrapbook paper inside but also die-cuts and stickers. The whole scrapbook kit was only $5.00.

First I took the 3 yrds of ribbon and cut it into 3 equal strands. I tied the three ribbons at the top of the planter in a double knot. Then I took one of the die-cuts and thread it through one of the ribbons and tied it. If the ribbon is not staying on the planter, use a tiny strip of double sided tape to keep the ribbon from falling down.

I picked out my favorite pattern out of the scrapbook kit and made a pinwheel out of two 1 inch wide pieces of scrapbook paper. Colorbok the company that made the scrapbook paper kit that I picked up at Walmart, has a tutorial on their site for how to make scapbook paper pinwheels.

I attached the pinwheel to the flower pot with some double stick tape. I then found a cute saying in the scrapbook kit that I liked “Life is Sweet”. But before attaching this saying to the pinwheel I first cut out a plain circle using the empty ribbon spool as a guide. I attached both the cut out circle and saying die-cut to the pinwheel using double sided tape.

What I liked about this craft is that one can easily personalize it for any occasion. For the most part I was able to find most of what I needed to make this craft at my local store. For instance the metal bucket I could not find so I used a plastic flower pot instead. Wrapping the scrapbook paper around the flower pot wasn’t working in my case so I opted to embellish the gift in other ways with ribbons, sayings, and scrapbook paper pinwheels. Also instead of glue I used double sided tape, that way the recipient won’t have to worry about peeling off glue from the flower pot in order to use it.

What have you crafted lately?

Join the Walmart Crafts group on Facebook (don’t forget to “like” the Domestic Diva page while you are there).
Check out Walmart on Pinterest (& follow our boards on Pinterest too!).
Or get some more ideas at Spotted Canary.

Walmart momDisclosure: I am a Walmart Mom. I have been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post as well as given a giftcard to purchase the products mentioned in this post. As always my participation is voluntary and opinions are my own. My experience may differ from your own.

The Domestic Diva

Heather is a homeschooling mom of two boys currently living in central Georgia. She has been sharing her domestic story online as a blogger for 13 years. Through her blog and social media platforms, Heather provides a glimpse into domestic life as she shares with other stay-at-home moms how she tackles modern homemaking with the challenges of raising a family.

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