You’ve probably seen Winnie The Pooh on television, he’s been around since 1970. I remember my mother always had a huge box of them on hand and would get them for a child’s birthday. My sister and I used to make our own by placing different items inside to make it look like Winnie the Pooh. It wasn’t until my father brought home a DVD collection that he started to teach me all about Winnie the Pooh.
If you are looking for great and healthy gifts for children this Christmas, you should definitely consider Winnie the Pooh honey pots. Not only does he make wonderful gifts for young and even older children, but they’re also healthy too. As a matter of fact, some parents have even made it a tradition to give their children a box of them each year. If you love Winnie the Pooh just imagine the fun you can have to make a homemade pot. All you will need is some glue, some paint, and a honeycomb-shaped container to hold the honey.
To begin you will want to draw a Winnie the Pooh design on the back of the container. This can easily be done with the use of a good marker or crayons. Once you have drawn your design cut strips from cardboard and lay them down along one long side of the cardboard. Now you will cut strips again to create your signature Winnie the Pooh shape.
With the art supplies on hand, you will now want to make your child some small jars for the honey pots. While you are at it, why not make him some little birdhouses to put in the boxes as well. There are plenty of designs that can easily be found online or at your local craft store. You can also paint designs onto the boxes to make them look like Winnie Pooh’s house. These can be made of any type of material, such as cardboard and paint.
Now for the fun part. While you are making the boxes for the honey pots, make sure to add a lid on them to keep your child from getting his or her fingers stuck into the box. To add some personalization to them, you can write the name of your child or simply include a sticker that says so. Remember to make the labels large enough to fit all of the items inside.
The Winnie the Pooh honey pots are a great way to teach kids about Christmas. They can make their own presents by using different colored jars and different designs. You can also take the ordinary honey pots and turn them into something beautiful and colorful. You will have a lot of fun while doing this and it is even better if you can make the designs yourself. So now you know how to make a can do with Winnie the Pooh honey pots; you are ready for Christmas!
Best Winnie the Pooh Honey Pots
This lovely Hunny/Honey Barrel, Winnie the Pooh custom tumbler, can be found deep in the Hundred Acre Woods. The honey drip effect comes with it. If you like, your name and any other characters can be personalized. Either Hunny or Honey can also be spelled as Honey (Your Choice). For someone who adores Winnie the Pooh as we do, this is the perfect present. In order to ensure maximum coverage, tumblers are covered in mod podge and/or glitter several times. Twice coated in an epoxy resin approved by the FDA. It will be covered in an extra layer of epoxy after the decal and photographs are added to ensure the decal is secured on the bottle.
A Disney cookie cut-out shaped silicone baking mold. Ideal for cookies, cakes, and pie. Even makes a good candy mold and for other crafts. There will be no celebration without Winnie Pooh’s cake! The mold size is 5 inches by 7 inches.
A Disney classic, a Pooh money box bank. Winnie the Pooh Bear ate some honey out of a glass, how good it tastes. The A A Milne’s Pooh Bear moneybox is beautifully detailed hand-painted resin. Produced by Border Fine Arts is a handcrafted item of quality that will be a great playroom decoration.
These handmade Hunny Pots are perfect fun-related party favors, decorations, and accessories for your Pooh outfit. Is delivered in plastic or clay, as pictured with no alterations in appearance.
Lenox Winnie the Pooh Bear Ceramic Honey Pot Dish. The container is in good shape with no chips and no cracks on the outside. The container is approximately 9-5/8 inches long, with the lid on, and 6-1/4 inches in diameter at its widest point. The Cookie Jar is influenced by Winnie the Pooh and A. A. Milne and E. H. Shepard.