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Easy Mod hodgepodge Terra Cotta pots with fabric and Mod conglomeration of rocks

Use the substance quite on this Mod conglomeration of terra cotta pots for the perfect spring craft project! Makes a great container garden – or gift idea.
Scroll down to get to the bottom of the post, a bonus video of some of the additional clay pot crafts! You’ll find six ways to decorate your clay pots, including fabric. You’re going to love it.

I love planting – I find it very therapeutic. I have gardens and no yard to my apartment, but I love the container-so that is how I satisfy the urge of my green thumb! The nice thing about container gardens is that they are included, well,.
The thing I don’t like is that sometimes the clay pots are boring, and the nice-looking pots and pans can get expensive. So how do you remedy the situation? With Mod hodgepodge terracotta pots, of course!
in This tutorial, decorating pots out of the ditch.Drop.Done will show you how. Not only that, but it’s a great way to get a plant gift for someone. Mother’s day, anyone? Here’s how this Mod hodgepodge of flower pots madewere.br>

Mod hodgepodge Terra Cotta pots
the Collect:

5-inch-wide Terra cotta pot (4.5 inches high)
fabric in pattern of your choice
Mod smorgasbord of Satin (or Mod conglomeration of the Free, if you are going to be exposed to the elements)
brush or sponge
Scotch Tape
soil & water
3 Ixia bulbs (African Corn Lily)

place a piece of tape over the drainage hole to prevent soil from leaking while working. Cut a length of fabric that wrap around the pot completely. Leave extra room for folding the top and bottom.
Dab the edge of a little bit of Mod-smorgasbord on the pot with a brush or a sponge and hold the fabric. Place the fabric on the pot and of the pot (with fabric) and coating with Mod cover-smorgasbord, all the way around the entire "body" of the pot.
Cut slits in the fabric on the top and bottom, to prevent the fabric from overlapping. You cut the fabric on the top and the bottom, so that it will hang about 1 inch of extra fabric on. At the top, fold the fabric in the pot.
coat the fabric with Mod-hodgepodge, so that it stays in place. More so to the top. Then follow the same instructions on the bottom.
Allow the pot to dry (About 15 minutes). Pot 2/3 full with potting soil.
plant Ixia bulbs 2 inches deep and cover them with earth. Water very sparingly (1/4 Cup) to the pot is placed outside in a Sunny location. (Don't forget to remove the tape from the bottom of the pot.)
water during the flowering period, but not over the water. Ixia may be kept on the dry side. Keep the containers out of the rain when you wash away the decoupage medium (unless you use the Outdoor Mod smorgasbord). Under a covered place outside for the best results. Mod hodgepodge of terra cotta pots the tutorial courtesy of pictures and credited.Drop.Done.
Are you ready to get your bonus video?? Learn how to decorate terra cotta pots, six possibilities, with the ideas below – just press “PLAY” in the middle of the video:

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