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  • Barbara Peterson

    TERRA COTTA POTS, FABRIC & MOD PODGE: /////////// NOTE: This might be my favorite craft so far, and I got the idea after seeing one too many beautifully patterned pots that were just out of my price range! Nothing a little Mod Podge and pretty fabric can't fix! The total cost of this project was about $3 a pot. /////////// MATERIALS 1.) Terracotta pots 2.) Mod Podge 3.) Brush 4.) Fabric ////////// DIRECTIONS: This works better in description form, rather than step-by-step: Start by cutti...

  • Marley Majcher

    Terra cotta pots + fabric + mod podge = adorable! The Party Goddess! Marley Majcher ThePartyGoddess.com #terracotta #pots #plants #modpodge #diy #spring

  • Lucy Goodman

    terra cotta pots + fabric + mod podge = adorable! (Cute project for a COR event!) | See more about flower pots, terracotta pots and fabric flowers.

  • Sassy Chassis

    Fabric + Mod Podge = These Beautiful Flower Pots good idea for my left over clay pots.

  • Hanna Clinard

    Fabric covered flower pots- all you need is fabric, mod podge, terra cotta pots, and scissors

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