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Decoupaged Flower Pot Crafts

Flower pot crafts do not always have to look rustic. Watch this craft video to see how to decoupage terra cotta pots into clean, vintage decor.

Updated March 22, 2021
Decoupaged Flower Pot Crafts
Decoupaged Flower Pot Crafts
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Terra cotta pots are a lovely edition to any spring home or garden, but their clay red color does not always look at home in your space. Get the cheap convenience and flower growing-friendly design of terra cotta pot crafts with the style-ready look of decoupage ideas when you make these Decoupaged Flower Pot Crafts. Using old sewing patterns for a truly vintage look, this how to decoupage tutorial is a must-see for garden craft enthusiasts. Be sure to watch this free crafting video to find out how to decoupage on terra cotta. The surface is especially dry as it is unfinished and needs a lot of extra attention.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGardening


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Vintage sewing patterns
  • Mod Podge
  • Foam brushes
  • Vintage Trim/Lace
  • Scissors


  1. Tear several pieces of the sewing patterns and begin decoupaging them to the flower pot.  Be sure to use decoupage on the top and bottom of each piece you add, adding several layers at a time.

  2. Allow the paper to fully dry.

  3. Tie a piece of lace around the top of the pot.

  4. Take several pieces of varying sizes of sewing patterns and tie another piece of thin lace into the middle, creating a bow.

  5. Attach the bow to the pot.

  6. Trim the bow down as needed to fit the size of the pot.

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