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DIY Bee Plant Pokes

When I came across this idea on Pinterest from Pebbles In My Pocket, I fell in love with them instantly. I knew right then I wanted to make some of my own, and went in search of supplies. I’m hoping you love them as much as I do and decide you want to give them a go too! These DIY Bee Plant Pokes are amazing and I couldn’t wait to get started on them! They make the perfect addition to any Summer plant!

Supplies:


Wooden Eggs – Dollar Tree
Wooden Hearts
Scrapbook Paper – Yellow, Black and White
Black Buttons
White Paint
Bamboo Skewers 

First, I measured and cut yellow scrapbook paper to fit the size of the wooden eggs. I then used Mod Podge to secure the scrapbook pieces to the eggs.

Second, I painted the wooden hearts with the white paint.

Third, I measured and cut white scrapbook paper to fit the hearts. I then used Mod Podge to secure them onto the hearts.

Fourth, I cut some uneven strips of the black scrapbook paper and used Mod Podge to secure a couple to each of the eggs.

Fifth, I painted a couple of the bamboo skewers with the white paint.

Sixth, I glued a heart to the back of each of the eggs, creating the wings of the bee.

Seventh, I hot glued a black button to the bee to create the eye.

Finally, I hot glued one of the white painted bamboo skewers to the back of each bee.

Here they are all finished, how do you think they turned out? They’re so fun and what a simple craft to put together. I couldn’t be happier with the way they turned out. It’s so exciting when you come across an idea that you love and when you decide to give it a shot, it comes out amazing! I absolutely love these DIY Bee Plant Pokes and I hope you give them a go too!

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