Fabric Covered Pots Are a Breeze to Make |
Use Them for Plants or for Storage and Display!
Use mod podge to decorate terracotta flower pots with favorite fabrics for display anywhere in your home. Group several of varying sizes together for a charming display.
These probably won’t hold up well outside but will be lovely inside, whether you use them for plants or to organize and display this or that. Fill one with seeds and a small trowel for a quick gift.
Photo courtesy of Under the Sycamore who referenced a tutorial by Christine Chitnis.
If you’ll put a plant in yours, we recommend lining the fabric pot with a plastic bag and placing a smaller pot containing the plant inside the plastic lined larger one. That will keep your fabric covered pot looking its best.
This is a super easy project. Just adhere fabric to a pot with matte mod podge. Here’s a photo tutorial to get you started.
If you’d prefer written instructions, check out the full tutorial.
Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is from the “Pretty Pots” tutorial found on ChristineChitnis.com.
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