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Mini Terra Cotta Pot Wreath

By: Victoria Hannley from
Mini Terra Cotta Pot Wreath
Mini Terra Cotta Pot Wreath
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Brighten up your front gate this spring with this fun Mini Terra Cotta Pot Wreath. Pick up some outdoor craft paint in pastel pinks, yellows, and oranges to cover each pot and add some sunshine to your yard. It's fairly easy to shape these clay pot crafts into a wreath. Use some heavy wire to hang this weighty craft on your garden gate or front porch railing. You could also add some succulents to give life to these spring wreath ideas. This design is so chic, your friends will want to make their own!

Estimated Cost$31+

MaterialsClay, Paint

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Miniature Terra Cotta Flower Pots
  • Wire Wreath
  • Floral Wire
  • Paint + Polyurethane
  • Raffia (or ribbon of choice)


  1. Paint the flower pots.

  2. Once dry, apply a coat of polyurethane.

  3. Using floral wire, attach each flower pot to the wreath, securing at the back.

  4. Leave a space flower pot-free if you want to have a bow on the wreath. Once all pots are secured onto the wreath, wrap raffia (or burlap or any ribbon of choice) around the flower pots to cover up any wreath form peeking through.

  5. Add some faux florals or plants if so desired.

  6. Hang via wire as this wreath is surprisingly heavy!

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I really like the look and want to make this but I will find plastic pots. Terra cotta is nice but very breakable. Especially where weather changes frequently. Or something hitting them or a person accidently bumping into them. I have had some born in ways like that. Thank you though for inspiring me.

This has to be the most amazing use for terracota pots ever! The pastel hues scream of spring and i will definitely love making this for spring. I had trouble growing succulents before but now i am confident enough to try this idea as soon as i buy the pots first

OH MY THIS IS SO CUTE. What a eye catcher this terra cotta wreath is. I would have never thought of this. Brillant idea. Just paint the pots and attach and you got your wreath. Can you use plastic pots instead? So easy and seems like so much fun. I think this will look good on a wall on the deck for a attention getter. Great gift idea too. Great tutorial.


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