Visit site
  • 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 #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

Related Pins

DIY Stone planter, galvanized bucket, planter, gardening

PRETTY LACE FLOWER POTS | diy craft TUTORIALS; I would put floral arrangements in theses instead

Decoupage wood grain paper on a terra cotta flower pot

Personalized Flower Pot by MaryLucasGifts on Etsy, $30.00

DIY Paper Pot BridgetSoup Chelsey bythesea We should get these for ourselves. Or maybe one for everyone...but I don't know if the rest of the family would try to keep it alive.

If you gifted bulbs last year, add the perfect container this time around. Floral prints on the bottom only add to the natural beauty up top. Get the tutorial at Shelterness » -

Mod Podge is an all-in-one glue, sealer, and finish product, specially formulated for use in decoupaging. Mod Podge can be used to attach paper and fabric to various surfaces and for various projects, from home decor to jewelry.

These pots make me way more interested in gardening (and trust me when I say that cactuses (cacti?) are the most "gardening" I will probably ever do).