Fabric covered terra cotta pots.

Mod Podge terra cotta potsNot every surface needs to be crafted on, right? I know it’s hard to believe, but I really don’t think every single surface needs Mod Podge. I will say that, despite this philosophy, terra cotta pots are one of those surfaces that do need decoupage. Clay pots are just so boring on their own! Kari decorated her mini pots with fabric and Mod Podge, and it makes such a difference. I can imagine giving these to someone as an “I love  you” or random acts of kindness gift. Learn how she did it at the link below.

Fabric covered teracotta pots at The Craftinomicon

Do you want other clay pot decoupage inspiration? Check out these fabric covered clay pots, pot with the band decorated, dry wall tape clay pot, and even these spray painted clay pot stands.

Comments

  1. Rouette McMasters says

    I just love to decoupage. I tried to do the fabric covered terra cotta pots, no luck. My material kept puckering and I never did get it to lay down flat. What did I do or didn’t do for this project to fail so miserably?? I want to take this time to thank-you for any advice you give me. Sincerely yours, Rouette McMasters

    • says

      Hi Rouette! You have to use a ton of Mod Podge and get your hands dirty on this one :D The clay pots soak up the Mod Podge! Paint both the fabric side and the clay pot side, then smooth down and hold!