We’re back with another fun kids craft!

This one is too fun for kids to make and would be a fun teacher gift idea too!


Watermelon Paper Plate Pocket by Audrey Pettit


Therm O Web Sticky Lines 1/4″
Therm O Web Lots O Zots™ Small

Cardstock: Stampin’Up
Circle Punch: Stampin’Up
Trim: May Arts
Paint: Delta
Paper or Styrofoam Plate


Nothing screams summer like fresh watermelon, and kids of all ages love pocket pouches filled with party favors or small treats. These little cuties are made from just a simple paper plate and a bit of paint, and are so quick and easy to put together. If you’re looking for something fun to do with your kiddos this summer, or for your next party or family gathering, give these a try.


To get started, cut a disposable plate in half. You can use paper or heavy duty Chinette plates, or foam plates like mine. Just grab whatever you have on hand.


Line one of the rounded bottom edges with Therm O Web Sticky Lines.


And adhere the two pieces together.


Punch holes in the top corners and then paint.


Have the kids create “seeds” from scraps of black cardstock. Use paper punches or have them cut small pieces with scissors. Adhere with Lots O Zots™ Small adhesive dots.

Tie with ribbon or string and fill with treats.



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  1. […] It was kid’s craft week last week on the Therm O Web blog. If you’re looking for fun and easy craft ideas for the little ones this summer, you should definitely check it out. I made a quick watermelon pocket pouch from a bit of paint and a paper plate. You can find out more about it and our other kid’s craft ideas on the Therm O Web blog. […]