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Clay Pots

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This is a guide about making a terra cotta lighthouse. An inexpensive craft project made with clay pots is a lighthouse for a garden decoration.

D.I.Y. Topsy-Turvy Planter Birdfeeder: very cute and inexpensive...a great craft to get the kids help on!

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Flowerpot Watchdog: Now everyone can have a dog in their yard. www.craftsnthings...

Clay+Pot+Wreath. Nice idea for a house warming gift...for a crafty gardner!

How to make a tiered clay pot centerpiece with succulents from -- an idea to display the sides for the potato bar

How To Make A Clay Pot Lighthouse. Jonnie will definitely want to make this for her garden.

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

Shabby in love: How to make Clay Pot Flower People

Creative Clay Pot Crafts and Projects - Garden and home DIY ideas! |

Vertical clay pot garden. DIY by The Horticult / Ryan Benoit Design

  • Sue Ryan

    Nice! Wouldnt mind having a couple of these!

DIY Saturday: DIY Small Fountain From Clay Pots

10 Clay Pot Crafts You'll Love (No Planting Required!) - Babble

{DIY French Pots} oh these are gorgeous!

Hugs & Kisses candy jar - Made w/clay flower pot and dollar store bowl

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Clay Pot People Instructions

Clay pots with tissue paper decoupaged on... Love this idea for the outside of pots too!

Clay Pot Crafts... Lots of really cute ideas on this one! Not just Christmas

Clay pot solar Lighthouse John did make this out of clay pots and a solar landscape light.

10 Clay Pot Crafts Youll Love (No Planting Required!) - Babble

Terra Cotta Pot People Crafts Project | Clay Pot Person Instructions | Artistic Garden

20+ Terra Cotta Clay Pot DIY Project for Your Garden |

clay pot crafts - Google Search

Seashell encrusted clay pot... looks like a million, cost pennies - paint clay pot, glue on assorted shell - can purchase bags of shells from your dollar store

mod podge clay pot - use classroom pictures of each child to cover and grow your own flowers ... better start soon!