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DIY Painted Terra Cotta Pots

I’m not a huge fan of the color of terra cotta pots, but I do love their price point! And guess what?! You can paint them any color you want! So they’re the perfect budget-friendly decor piece!DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

diy how to paint terra cotta potsDIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

A few weeks ago, I painted a bunch of terra cotta pots in rainbow colors for my office. It was SO easy! I thought I’d share a few tips in case you want to try this too!

DIY Painted Terra Cotta Pots

How to paint terra cotta pots

Instructions


  1. If your terra cotta pots are dirty or dusty, wipe them down with a damp cloth.
  2. Use chalk or acrylic or latex paint. Any will work! I used chalk paint.
  3. To paint, just hold the pot with your hand inside it.
  4. Paint the pot from side to side (that seems to work better than from top to bottom).
  5. For the inside, you have two options. I keep the plant in the plastic they came in so I only painted the inside rim. If you're going to transplant the plant into the clay pot, paint all of the inside of the pot. Then use mod podge to seal the paint.

Notes

  1. The terra cotta accepts paint really nice and provides for a smooth finish!

rainbow terra cotta potsDIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

The fun thing about this project is that you can paint the pots literally any color. That way it can perfectly coordinate with your decor. Especially if you paint your pots in pastel rainbow colors and then put them on rainbow shelves ;).

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

I grabbed a variety of plants from Home Depot for this project. Succulents and low light friendly plants so they’ll survive on the shelves.

other painted terra cotta ideas

If you want to try out this project, here’s some fun variations.

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. The gold leaf modern spots are so cute! Especially on the pink pots!

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. This graphic pattern is made with rubber bands! Simple but so cute!

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. The ombre look is so pretty on a pot. These are dip dyed- you literally dip the pots to get this look.

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. These sweet little faces look easy to paint. I love the hint of whimsy!

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. The flower pattern is from a napkin! So creative!

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. Painters tape and the right paint selection = perfection

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

source. Gold foil letters dress everything up!

DIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulentsDIY how to paint terra cotta pots tips and tutorial. I used chalk paint to give my clay pot a modern but simple rainbow ombre design. Plus ideas for other ways to paint terracotta by hand. Perfect for holding succulents

There you have it, the easiest DIY ever! But sometimes you just need a 5 minute craft to spice up a shelf 🙂 !

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Are you ready for Spring yet?  I certainly am!  Although I can never complain about the winters in North Carolina after living in snow country most of my life, I'm over this weather.  Ironically, I'm posting about decorating clay pots for Spring when we are currently in the middle of "snowpocalypse" here in the South.  If you're feeling the same way about Winter, then hopefully this little project will cheer you up...


Needing a little greenery and signs of Spring in the house, I headed to my local Michael's store and picked up a few clay pots in assorted sizes and some items to decorate them with...

There are endless possibilities of what you can do with a little clay pot, but since I'm always drawn to nature-inspired things, I picked out some neutral and green outdoor acrylic paint, moss, birch rounds, Martha Stewart fern stickers, coordinating ribbon, and some chalkboard paint and decals, and a few other items.  I haven't been painting and creating as much as I used to and it was nice to sit down for a while and make things!

I made a few different styles of pots that I thought I'd share with you.  One of my favorites is the fern pot...

Martha Stewart makes these great fern stickers (in the scrapbook aisle) that I simply placed on a painted pot, sealed (you can use spray acrylic or Mod Podge), and added some daffodils and moss...

Another easy clay pot project is to simply paint a pot with two coats of chalkboard paint, let cure, condition the surface (rub chalk on, wipe off), and you have a cute chalkboard pot that you can label or draw your own designs on...

Michaels has so many different sized chalkboard labels that you can simply adhere to a pot after painting to label your herbs and seedlings...

Another easy chalkboard project is to simply paint some birch rounds and attach to a small wood dowel or skewer for a stylish plant marker...

Another fun embellishment that you can add to clay pots, candles, etc are these little leather belts that I created with some suede strips and package of miniature buckles.  Just cut the suede to size and attach the buckle hardware...

Lastly, I couldn't resist doing something with these little wooden letter tags I also picked up at Michaels...

You could do a million things with these... String them together for a little banner across the top of a pot or attach them with hot glue like I did here...

Now, for some exciting news!  I'm partnering up with Michaels and Hometalk and will be hosting a Pinterest Party at my local Michaels store here in Greensboro, NC...

If you're local, I'd love it if you joined me this Sunday, February 16th from 1-4pm at the 1616 Highwoods Blvd. (New Garden area) Michaels store!  I'll be bringing my clay pots and will be there to help with any questions and ideas.  Come by and say "hi", I'd love to meet you! If you're not local, don't worry, there are a total of 100 of your favorite bloggers from around the country participating at their local Michaels stores as well.  For more information, just click HERE.  

And if you follow Michaels on Hometalk, you will be entered to win a $100 Michaels gift card. Five winners will be announced on Hometalk’s Facebook page on Feb 17, after the party.  I encourage you to head to your Michaels this Sunday!  See you then :)

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Creative Clay Pot Crafts and Projects

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If you have some clay pots laying around, I have found some awesome art projects for you to make! Whether you want something for your garden or inside your home, these are the perfect DIY ideas :)

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You can make a cool clay pot candy machine with a few items! from LifeSweetLife

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These terracotta pot turtles are so adorable to put on the patio! Made by Chef Ping Creates (unfortunately the website is no longer available so we don't have directions)

Clay pot mushrooms for the garden! Get directions here.

Make some paint drip pots for a gift! Get the directions here.

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Turn your pots into little minions!!

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Make an awesome topsy turvy planter using mutiple painted pots! from HomeStoriesAtoZ

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Make clay pot dachshund dogs! How adorable are these? (Found them on Pinterest with no source on how to make them...boo!)

Terra cotta pot scarecrow...so fun for fall time! Get directions here.

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I LOVE this idea! You can put polka-dot designs on the pots and make a tiered planterfor the front of your house! From PositivelySplendid

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This is one of my favorite clay pot crafts! Turn them into a cake holder for a party! from Joshua Trent

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Sew little dresses for flower pot people! Found on Pinterest with no directions unfortunately!

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Make an apple clay pot! I could see this being a great teacher gift from CraftyMoods

I love this brightly colored clay pot bird bath!

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Decorate one with chalkboard paint for a clay pot teacher gift! from aWalkinmyFlipFlops

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Make a textured clay pot by using the end of a paint pen, wow! from ABeautifulMess

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Make some cute clay pot animals! from PlaidOnline

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Clay pot painting is perfect for beginner crafters! Learn how to decorate terra cotta using these tutorials great for both kids and adults.

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Terra cotta clay pots are fabulous surfaces for a variety of art forms, such as pot painting, stenciling, decoupage, and mixed media. Clay pots are smooth, offering the perfect crafting surface for all ages!

Keep reading to learn how to clean and repurpose clay flower pots, prepare terra cotta pots for paint projects, and how to seal them. 


When I think of clay pot painting and decorating, I typically think about spring and summer. I picture getting ready for warm weather and bright flowers.

But what I’ve learned over the course of time is that decorating clay pots isn’t just a hobby for warmer weather. Plenty of creative people like yourself are looking for ideas to decorate flower pots all year ’round!

There are a few reasons to decorate and paint pots besides flowers – not limited to but including gift containers, home decor, and crafts (like clay pot animals!).

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Pot Painting and Decorating

I absolutely love decorating clay pots! They are such a fun surface and you can use almost any craft supplies with terra cotta – paint, Mod Podge, glitter, ribbon, tape, and more. Not only that, but they are an inexpensive!

Every time I see them in the craft or home improvement store I try to think of different projects that I can make. I pulled together a list of brilliant ways to decorate clay pots and thought you might be interested in these ideas as well.

Before we get into the projects, I wanted to go through some FAQs. If you’re not interested, scroll down to get the projects; however, I hope some of these help you in your clay pot decorating journey.

Is it ok to paint terracotta pots?

Yes it is! You’ll need to prep them first – instructions below – but yes, you can paint on them, and it won’t hurt the plants at all. I do recommend using acrylic, waterbased paint for this purpose.

Which paint should I use on pots?

If your terra cotta will be used outdoors, I recommend using either FolkArt Outdoor or FolkArt Multi-Surface paints. Both paint formulas deliver rich color and coverage in a very creamy consistency, making it easy to brush onto your clay flower pots.

Both formulas were also created to be weather resistant, tested for UV protection, dry to a satin finish and cure to the surface within 48 hours. Best part …. there is no need to apply a sealer or varnish over the completed design because the paint is self-sealing.

However, if you would like to give your artwork an extra layer of protection to keep it mar or scratch resistant, you can apply a coat of FolkArt Outdoor Sealer once the paint is completely cured.

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How do you prepare terra cotta pots for painting?

Let’s talk about “new” terra cotta. Clay pots found in craft stores, garden shops, and DIY home improvement stores are unglazed and porous. This means they are not waterproof.

Unglazed or unsealed terra cotta will draw moisture from the plant and soil keeping the pot moist. Extra moisture may affect the external decoration allowing paint to blister if not properly sealed.

The first step in preparing new clay flower pots is to wipe away dust or dirt. The second step is to carefully seal both the inside and outside. Not only will this help your decorated design on the outside of the pot resist blistering, it will also help the interior to keep moisture in the soil. I can recommend two different sealing techniques:

1. Spray seal the entire pot, inside and out with a couple coats of Clay Pot Sealer.  Allow each application to dry before applying the next.

This one-of-a-kind sealer lets you water your plants and not your floor! Simply spray your clay pots and saucers. Clay Pot Sealer is available as a 12 oz. aerosol and can be located in many craft stores or online.

2. The second method I recommend is to apply FolkArt Outdoor Sealer over the entire surface. For extra protection, apply a second coat on the interior walls of your pot to help create a waterproof barrier to protect your exterior decoration.

This polyurethane-based sealer will provide the maximum durability for outdoor projects. It is available as a brush-on sealer in three finishes;  Matte, Satin, and Gloss; and can be found in craft stores as well as at plaidonline.com.

Once the sealed clay pot is dry, it is ready to be painted. For flower pots that will be used outdoors, use either FolkArt Outdoor or FolkArt Multi-Surface Paint. For painted flower pots that will be used inside, use any of our premium-quality acrylic paints—FolkArt Acrylics, Delta Ceramcoat, or Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint.

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Where can I buy clay pots?

They are available at craft stores, home improvement stores, the dollar store, Target and Walmart (seasonally), and even at the Goodwill.

Which brings us to used pots . . .

How to clean a used clay flower pot before painting

  1. To repurpose a used terra cotta pot, be sure to thoroughly clean it first before sealing and decorating.
  2. Thoroughly remove dirt and salt residue; if needed, scrub the surface with a wire brush.
  3. Once clean of dirt and debris, soak the flower pot in a solution of 9 parts water to 1 part bleach for 24 hours in order to kill any lingering bacteria (this is optional, but handy if you have really grimey pots!).
  4. After soaking, thoroughly rinse the pot with clean water and allow it to dry completely. Follow by sealing your terra cotta pot before decorating.
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Tips for Painting on Clay Flower Pots

  • Most clay pots found in stores are unglazed and porous – meaning they are not waterproof. Unglazed or unsealed terra cotta will draw moisture away from the plant and soil, keeping the pot moist, which in turn may affect the external decoration by causing the paint to blister.
  • Not only does sealing your flower pot prevent blistering of your decorated design on the outside of the pot, it also helps the interior of the flower pot keep the soil moist.
  • If intending to use the painted flower pot outside, opt for FolkArt Outdoor Sealer, available as a brush-on sealer in three finishes: Matte, Satin, and Gloss; the polyurethane-based sealer provides the maximum durability for outdoor projects.
  • To give the painted design an extra layer of protection, apply a coat of FolkArt Outdoor Sealer after 48 hours when the paint has completely cured.
  • For best results, use FolkArt Outdoor, Apple Barrel Acrylics, FolkArt Acrylics, or one of our multi-surface paints when painting terra cotta pots.

Are you ready to get the ideas? From paint to decoupage, there are all sorts of great projects here. Scroll down to learn more!

Flower Pot Decoration Ideas

Three flower pot decoration ideas including paint and stencils, washi tape, and Mod Podge! Use these methods on clay pots; they're so easy.

Dripping Paint Clay Pot

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Turn a clay pot into a bright and whimsical container for markers, crayons, and other craft items. All you have to do is drip paint.

Photo Flower Pot

This Mod Podge DIY flower pot is a great Mother's Day gift for moms and grandparents alike - and would also make a great table centerpiece!

Shabby Paisley Clay Pots

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Create this shabby clay pot using stencils and blended paint. You can distress this project as much or as little as you like.

DIY Chalkboard Clay Pots

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Create DIY chalkboard clay pots you can customize! You can write anything on the base; these are perfect for giving spring and summer hostess gifts.

Colorful Cactus Painted Pots

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Make these easy painted pots using terra cotta planters and your favorite paint colors – the cute sayings will brighten up any dreary days!

Rainbow Painted Flower Pots

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Use a variety of colors to make painted flower pots with rainbow ombre awesomeness! Both children and adults alike will love this easy craft. So fun!

Queen Anne's Lace

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Do I love the texture of this clay pot painting? Absolutely! It's super simple to make using texture paint and I love the effect.

Confetti Washi Tape Clay Pot

Photo Credit: Cathie FIlian

Add small pieces of cut washi tape to a clay pot to create a modern confetti design. Seal it with Mod Podge to finish off.

Clay Pot Critters

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I love reptiles and insects in the garden when they look like this! This family of clay pot friends is so fun for both kids and adults to make.

Paper Mosaic Clay Pot

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Create a faux mosaic look with cut pieces of watercolor papers and Mod Podge.

Decorate Clay Pots with Gold Leaf

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Turn clay pots into pretty storage using paint and gold leaf. The saucers become lids in this unique project – you’ll love it!

Crackle Clay Pot Makeover

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If you've never used crackle medium before, you're going to be amazed at how cool the effect is. Great for both rustic and farmhouse style decor.

Painted Girls Flower Pot

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Clay pots aren't just for holding plants - they're great for storage! This painted clay pot is perfect to hold items on a little girl's desk or dresser.

Terra Cotta Fairy Garden

Use terra cotta pots and your favorite (bright) paint colors to make these unique fairy garden houses! Your kids are going to love painting these.

Clay Pot Photo Transfer

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Create some hair-raising planters with Mod Podge photo transfer and fun family headshots.

Tiny Neon Pots

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The littler the pot, the cuter it is - and the easier to paint! I love these mini pots from Jenni. You have to see her darling, tiny succulent garden.

Painted Clay Pot Fox

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Create a clever little fox with two clay pots and some foam sheets! This is one of my favorite clay pot decorating projects ever.

How to Stencil a Clay Pot

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Learn how to stencil these pretty distressed pots for fall – they look perfect on your porch, planted with colorful mums.

DIY Sugar Skull Flower Pots

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A little paint and some markers and you'll be celebrating Day of the Dead all year 'round! I love calaveras skulls, and turns out they look great on the side of planters.

Upcycled Scarf Planter

Photo Credit: Katie Nathey

This post is proof that you can Mod Podge just about anything to a terra cotta pot! Grab an old scarf, a bottle of decoupage medium, and get creative.

Chalkboard Paint Label Clay Pot

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Personalize the banners on this large clay pot to fit any occasion. I love how chalkboard is used as just an accent rather than covering the entire surface!

Watermelon Clay Pot

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It's hard to deny the cuteness of a cheery watermelon pattern, whether it's summer or not! This is such a fun idea, and perfect for gifts. What other fruits can you paint on a pot?

DIY Scalloped Painted Pots

Photo Credit: Geneva Vanderzeil

Geneva was so happy to find a super simple way to add a design to a pot is perfect for people with shaky painting hands (like me . . . ). Your scallops can be perfect too, yay!

Hand-Painted Planter

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You don't need any painting skills to make this cute floral planter! Here you'll learn how to paint abstract patterns and then use Sharpie to create the details. So easy.

Herringbone Flower Pots

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Painting pots is fun - and sometimes it's even more fun with paint markers! You can make more intricate patterns with paint markers, like the herringbone in this post.

Stars & Stripes Flower Pot

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If I could be a flower pot, I would be this stars + stripes patriotic flower pot. I love the chippiness of it, the old aged look of it, and the fact that it is all about the U S of A!  

Buffalo Plaid Painted Pots

Photo Credit: Stacey Garska Rodriguez

These DIY buffalo check painted pots are a gorgeous holiday decoration or handmade Christmas gift idea. I want to make several of these for my mantel.

Broken China Mosaic Pots

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Learn how to make broken china mosaics using old plates with flowers and patterns. These pots look especially good with succulents (and make great gifts)!

Dip Dye Succulent Pot

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When I dip, you dip, we dip! Can you believe you can decorate clay pots just by dipping? You can! It doesn't get any easier.

Decoupage Flower Pots

Learn how to decoupage terra cotta pots with napkins! This is such an easy and pretty craft idea.

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13 Amazing Ways To Upcycle Clay Flower Pots

Painted Clay Pot Critters

There is an endless fascination with Clay Pots, otherwise known as Terracotta Pots and with good reason. There are so many wonderful projects and Clay Pot saucers and pots are inexpensive.

They can be upcyled into so many fabulous things that you are spoilt for choice.

Painted Clay Pot Critters

What we love about these Clay Pot Critters the most is how easy they are to make. Why not create a Clay Pot Lighthouse or a Clay Pot Horse?

Chances are that you have a discarded pot sitting around in a corner of the garden. Now you can do something with it.

13 Incredibly Clever Ways To Use Clay Pots

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Before we share the rest of the ideas that we have rounded up, we thought we would share this quick video from Nifty that shows you 13 fabulous ways that you can upcycle your clay pots. Click Play above to view now ^

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Now you can do something with it like turn it into a cute pig. We love this version that we found on Pinterest and it’s a great project for the kids.

You will bring so much personality to your surroundings. Scroll our page and check out all the versions.

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How To Make Clay Pot Frog

  1. Use flat brush to paint outside of all pots Lime Green. Let dry. Paint inside of large pot Bright Baby Pink and inside of all small pots Lime Green. Let dry.
  2. Use liner brush to paint the bottom inside of two of small pots Wicker White. Paint a black inner ring around opening of bottom of pot.
  3. Use handle end of liner brush dipped in white to create dot highlight for eye. Let dry.
  4. Glue pots with eyes to large pot. Glue two pots to back end of large pot for legs.
  5. Glue remaining pots to front rim of large pot for front legs.
  6. Use handle end of paintbrush to dot nose on rim in Licorice and dots on legs in Wicker White. Let dry.
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How To Make Clay Pot Bumble Bee -:

  1. Paint 4″ rose pot medium yellow. Use pencil to mark 1″ stripes on pot; paint two stripes Licorice; let dry.
  2. Apply top coat of black Extreme Glitter to Licorice stripes.
  3. Paint a 3″ foam ball Licorice; glue to rim of pot for the head. Cut chenille stem pieces for antennae and mouth.
  4. Insert antennae in foam; glue antennae, eyes and mouth in place.
  5. Fill pot with flowers. Cut a rectangle of white foam; write message with black permanent marker; glue purple chenille stem to back.
  6. Insert into flowers.

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How To Make Clay Pot Ladybug -:

  1. Paint 4″ pot Lipstick Red; add a top coat of red Extreme Glitter.
  2. Use pencil to mark 1″ dots; paint Licorice.
  3. Cut one 3″ and three 1½” foam balls in half; paint Licorice.
  4. Glue large half to pot front for head and small pieces to rim for feet.
  5. Cut chenille stem pieces for antennae and mouth.
  6. Insert antennae in foam; glue antennae, mouth and eyes in place – Source: Plaid Online

These Clay Pot Safari Animals from Joann will look wonderful hanging out at your home and they would work well indoors or out.

You can see that the items that have been used to make them are some felt, pipe cleaners and a styrofoam ball for the head.

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This Clay Pot Elephant was found on Pinterest. Whilst there is no tutorial as such, you would need 7 mini clay pots, including 3 for the trunk and 4 for the feet. You would use a Large Clay Pot for the Body and a Medium Clay Pot for the head.

You could cut out some plywood or cardboard in the shape of butterfly wings and add some fur on top of the head. Metallic spray paint for the Elephant body and googly eyes would finish your project. You can paint on some eyelashes and toenails too.

Clay Pot Giraffe via Pinterest

Clay Pot Cows via Family Time Crafts

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Solar Light Clay Pots

We found these Clay Pot Solar Lights on Semmy and what a great idea they are.

They would be lovely dotted throughout your garden beds. All you need to do is drill a hole in the base of the Clay Pots that is big enough to stabilize the stem of the Solar Light.

Dog Claypot Garden Art

Clay Pot Dog Flower Pot via Pinterest

Clay Pot Dog

Clay Pot Dog via Pinterest

Clay Pot Dog

Claypot Dog via Pinterest

Clay Pot Dog Pot Planter

Clay Pot Dog Planter via Pinterest

Clay Pot Horses

Check out our popular Clay Pot Horses Post. It has directions to show you how to make your very own for your home. View here

Frog Clay Pot

Frog Clay Pot via Pinterest

Minion Clay Pots via Scontent

We have also created a post that shows you how to make Clay Pot People. You can find our post here

Claypot Zebra

Claypot Zebra via They Call Me Jammi

Clay Pot Snail via Plaid Online

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Clay Pot Pig Tutorial

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We fell in love the minute we spied this adorable Terracotta Pig. Now you can make your very own at home. Jeanine is a Mom to 6 kiddo’s and she’s always looking for ways to keep them entertained. This super cute Clay Pot Pig is one of her many outstanding creations.

Clay Pot Turtles Tutorial

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These adorable Clay Pot Turtles have been another very popular project. Many in our community have shared photos with us on Pinterest. They are surprisingly easy to make and you will find a video tutorial to show you how in our post.

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