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Stacked Clay Pots Centerpiece: Uses wooden beads for the detailing. (Crafts 'n things)

Stacked Clay Pots Centerpiece - Crafts 'n things

Very cute idea!! Instead of putting candy in the DIY candy dish put an electric tealight in it!!

Eva's Scraps N' Cards: Snowman light or candy dish

Graduation centerpieces or fill the pot with candy and gift cards for a quick and easy present.

Saw something similar in a magazine and figured I could make it with a clay pot. I think it turned out great. Halloween decorations.

John Deere Candy dish --made from clay pots & saucers $15

santa claus clay

Candle Sticks

Candy Corn Candlesticks

Wooden Spoons, clay pot, paint and some flowers.

Hand Painted Terra Cotta Zombie Night Light I like the concept of the night light instead of making the pots into a candy dish.

Terracotta Pots painted with Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint

Utensil Terracotta Pots - Project by DecoArt

Play Create Explore: Make a Whimsical Mushroom with a Bowl and Terra Cotta Pot .. omg, toooooo cute!

Lawn & Garden - the online magazine for everything DIY

DIY candle holder from upside down clay pot

Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures: What Can You Do With a Clay Pot?

terra cotta pots crafts | Terra Cotta Pot Crafts / tables made out of pots and round plywood

Terracotta pot recycled into accent table

Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor

frosty the snowman hat pattern | Frosty's Hat Candle This would make an adorable gift

Frosty's Hat Candle

Clay pot horse at the Texas state fair.

Terra cotta elephant

Take flower pots and stack them to make a flower pot man then u can paint it or dress it up with toddler clothes ! And you can make him / her a side kick like this flower pot horse with yarn for the mane and tail ! Cute idea for somewhere outside or inside your home !!

DIY Bird Bath Planter I used terracotta pots, painted them w/ wood stain & baked them in the sun. Drilled holes w/ masonry bit. Sealed water dish & stuck bird (99Store) & rocks on w/ epoxy resin. glued pots together w/ contact cement (99¢Store), planted succulents, & sprinkled soil w/ chicken grit(cause I had it on hand) & river rocks. I kept the top dish free so I can remove it for cleaning. I'm taking a stab, too, at propagating clippings from the succulents 4 future projects. BIRDBATH

Garden lights made from flower pots and old lamp globes with strings of white lights in the globes.

Painted this years ago using two 12" clay pots for the body, a 10" pot for the head and a clay saucer for the base. Finish with a cape and fill the head with treats. I love bringing this out every Halloween, and the pots stack for neatly for storage.