Flowerpot Bread with Herbed Butter
Check out our recipes for this delicious gourmet flowerpot bread and herbed parmesan butter spread! Once you've baked this scrumptious duo, simply decorate your flowerpot for a wonderful homemade gift!
- Lead-free clay pots (see “Flowerpot Preparation”), 5” tall
- Ginger patterned paper
- Light blue cardstock
- Light blue tulle
- Brown/cream gingham ribbon
- White pearl stickers
- Bamboo kabob stick
- Die-cutting system and Spellbinders Nestabilities Large Classic Scalloped Square Die
- Baking sentiment stamp
- Paper piecing tool and mat
- Clearsnap Chestnut Roam Fluid Chalk Ink
- Imagine International COPIC Light Blue Sketch Marker
- Dark fine-tip permanent pen
- Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue
- scissors, ruler, circle template
Pattern - Flowerpot Bread Recipe
Pattern - Herbed Parmesan Butter Recipe
- 1. Size is approximately 10" tall.
- 1. Cut two 1"x12" strips from Ginger paper and adhere to flower pot rim. Trim excess and set aside for later use.
- 2. Cut double layer circle from tulle. Pull up around top of flowerpot and tie with gingham ribbon to secure.
- 3. Die cut scalloped square from cardstock. Use Chestnut Roan ink to stamp baking sentiment on bottom half of square.
- 4. Die cut leftover ginger paper scrap; trim and adhere to fit top of tag as shown. Use pen to draw faux zigzag stitches along seam of patterned paper and cardstock. Poke holes at each peak and valley to simulate stitching.
- 5. Adhere three pearls to top of tag and color with marker to match project.
- 6. Adhere finished tag to bamboo skewer; insert skewer between bread and pot as shown.
- Flowerpot Preparation
- 1. Be sure to get flowerpots that are made in the USA and are lead-free. Inexpensive lead test kits are available at your local hardware store and are an inexpensive way to be sure your flowerpots are lead-free. To prepare pot, wash thoroughly and let dry. Grease pot with vegetable shortening and place in 350°F oven for 25-30 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool. Once cool, grease the inside of the pots once more and heat again to be sure it is fully seasoned. (Note: While this may seem like a lot of work, flowerpots only need to be seasoned the first time you want to use them.)