This is a guide about making a terra cotta lighthouse. An inexpensive craft project made with clay pots is a lighthouse for a garden decoration.
This is a guide about making a curious bunny pot. This curious bunny is upside down in this flower pot decoration.
This is a guide about making a flower pot bird bath. Using a few inexpensive terra cotta flower pots you can make a beautiful bird bath for your garden. This is a guide about making a flower pot bird bath.
This is a guide about making a terra cotta gumball machine. Use a painted and decorated clay pot and saucer, and a glass bowl to make a cute candy or gumball machine.
This guide is about making clay pot angels. Terra cotta clay flower pots are a great starting place for many crafts.
Terra cotta pots are inexpensive and can be painted and transformed into pretty decorative containers. This is a guide about painting terra cotta clay pots.
You can also use any size pots you want. These are just the ones I chose.
By Sandy from Bluff City, TN
How do you plug the holes at the bottom?
Good question....how do you plug the holes? I can't find a response.
This cute clay pot craft is painted and stacked to look like a water fountain. You can place the water fountain outside a doll house or just use it as a place to put change. If you want to get fancy, try adding some lighter blue paint the the regular blue to give it a rushing water look.
Approximate Time: 10 minutes without drying time
I love that! What a fun idea! I have created some planters which are fun on http://toddlercraft.net but this is really cool! I might have to create this with my daughter. She could paint all day!
Very cute! A small English Ivy would look great planted in this because of how they randomly fan out and down.
This is a guide about making a clay pot Easter bunny candy dish. This cute little clay pot bunny will look great as part of your Easter decor and the candy only sweetens his appeal.
By moonseekerjade from Onset, MA
Does anyone have any other terra cotta pots crafts? I bought some at Hobby Lobby that were marked down and I really don't know what to do with them.
Oh Sorry,here is how: you need the small pot ,string, paint, polyurethane,bel l(I used small x-mas bell), a small item to hang off bottom, hook or whatever you like to hangI used; pieces from old broken windchime on bottom,and top is from one of those cheap things that hook together,kinda like wind chime... Paint the pot, I used acrylic paint & sponge, cut string, tie bell(s) on bottom of string making knot until it doesn't fit through hole-string other ed of string thru hole, add, (glue,tie) op-use smaller string for bob,tie string o bob, tie top of that string to bell string. Okay so they aren't wonderful directions, but it is really easy, can also use bigger pots.
I spray painted the bottom of the clay pot saucer white and added a body tattoo butterfly. I wrote "Welcome Friends" with a gold paint pen and sprayed a top coat of silicone.
This candleholder is made from a terra cotta flower pot and saucer. I have a rubber stamp of the angel, which I pressed into some scrap polymer clay and baked to make a mold.
This is just to show you another project you can do with the terra cotta pots. You do the same as the bird bath, just turn the top tray upside down and it is a table.
This is a guide about making a miniature Christmas topiary tree. Making a small tabletop topiary for the holidays is a great project for creating a unique decoration.
These cute little pilgrim hats make great place cards for your Thanksgiving table that guests can take with them.