How To Make Pretty Fabric Covered Plant Pots

How To Make Pretty Fabric Covered Plant Pots

Cambria Bold
Mar 26, 2010

While thinking about getting started on an indoor small space garden, we came across this simple craft. We actually really like the look of terracotta, so we don't think we'd do this on every pot. But a splash of color and pattern in a collection of pots would be terrific. And if you're reusing plastic yogurt or milk containers for your plants, this would be perfect way to give those containers some style.

We spotted this over at Lavender and Limes, and the whole project will only cost you about $3 per pot. All you need are a few terracotta pots, glue (like Mod Podge), a brush, and your fabric of choice.

Head on over to Lavender and Limes to read the rest of the instructions.

(Image: Lavender and Limes)

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