Napkin Decoupaged Flower Pot
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I bought a pack of star patterned napkins last year at an Independence Day sale for 20 cents and saved them for crafting purposes. Here, I've used them to decoupage an old, worn flower pot to give it new life. Filled with red flowers, it makes a nice centerpiece for the 4th of July.
Total Time: 30 minutes
Yield: 1 flower pot
- patterned paper napkins
- 1 terra cota pot, outsides cleaned and dried
- Mod Podge
- Unfold your paper napkin so it's a flat 1-ply sheet.
- Brush a layer of Mod Podge the size of the napkin onto the pot.
- Gently press the napkin onto the wet Mod Podge and seal around the edges.
- Brush Mod Podge around the top lip of the pot, and a bit down the inside.
- Fold the napkin edge over the the glued lip and press down.
- Apply Mod Podge to the bottom of the pot.
- Press the rest of the napkin into the Mod Podge, leaving the pot's hole open for drainage. Continue all around the pot with more paper napkins until it's fully covered.
- Paint another coat of Mod Podge onto the exterior of the napkin covered pot.
- Allow to dry until the Mod Podge is completely clear. Add flowers.
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