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  • Jena Allred

    Recycle Reuse Renew Mother Earth Projects: How to Make a Clay Pot Lighthouse. Super cute

  • LuAnn Keberlein

    Clay Flower Pot Crafts | Clay Pot Lighthouse

  • Allison Mero

    CLAY POT LIGHTHOUSE BIRD FEEDER: You will need: 6" clay saucer 8" tall clay pot 10" tall clay pot Adhesive glue  for ceramics and terracotta Epoxy Glue works great  Black exterior enamel paint spray Red pinstripe tape (to help paint the stripes) LED Candle or solar powered light found at hardware or retail stores Assorted acrylic paints of your choice. (tute)

  • Shelly Hutsenpiller

    Terra cotta flower pot lighthouse

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Never too early to start planning ... these are cute

Turn everyday clay flower pots into one-of-a-kind seasonal decor. Here's some ideas to get you started...

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My terra cotta pot lighthouse.

Cathy Lyseng