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Scrap Paper Decoupaged Clay Pot


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If you're looking for garden crafts to make this spring, you can't go wrong with a Scrap Paper Decoupaged Clay Pot from Tiffany Windsor. Use strips of decorative paper to create a customized design. This quick project can be made in an afternoon.



  • Aleene’s Decoupage – Gloss
  • Clay pot
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Paper cutter
  • Sponge brush(es)
  • Acrylic paint
  • Sandpaper – fine grit


  1. Determine desired length of paper strips to cover sides of clay pot. Add approximately 1/4″ to measurement.
  2. Cut strips 1/2″ wide by desired length.
  3. Working small sections at a time, brush Aleene’s Decoupage onto side of clay pot. Lay first paper strip into decoupage medium flush along top edge with extra paper extending off bottom edge.
  4. Brush over paper with another coat of decoupage. Continue to add several paper strips in same way.
  5. Rub finger tip over paper strips to press into decoupage.
  6. Cut away excess paper along bottom edge. Rub finger tip over edge to re-secure paper strips.
  7. Continue to add paper strips and decoupage medium until entire clay pot is covered. Let dry.
  8. Brush acrylic paint onto top lip of clay pot. Let dry.
  9. Sand softly over acrylic paint to pull back some of the paint color to reveal the clay pot underneath.

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