Amazing DIY Pretty Plant Pots You Can Create

1 Herringbone Vase And Planter


Herringbone Vase And Planter: DIY herringbone vase and planter (via Sparkle Living)

2 Pretty Fabric Terracotta Pots


Pretty Fabric Terracotta Pots: This might be my favorite craft so far, and I got the idea after seeing one too many beautifully patterned pots that were just out of my price range! Nothing a little Mod Podge and pretty fabric can’t fix! The total cost of this project was about $3 a pot. Materials:Terracotta pots Mod Podge Brush Fabric This works (via Christine Chitnis)

3 Textured Planters


Textured Planters: Your home for all things Design. Home Tours, DIY Project, City Guides, Shopping Guides, Before & Afters and much more (via Design Sponge)

4 Floral Fabric Pots


Floral Fabric Pots: Give plain terracotta pots a spin with this easy DIY project you can finish up this weekend. Just about anyone can do this project, even those that aren’t so craft savvy. A little glue and fabric can really go a Better Decorating Bible)

5 Succulent Pots Boom


Succulent Pots Boom (via Miss Renaissance)

6 Easy Painted Pots


Easy Painted Pots: I love this DIY project today because it’s easy and it’s budget-friendly. You can also customize it to match your style and taste, in addition to the colors of your wedding. And best of all, the finished product can be a centerpiece, decorate your venue or be a gift to your friends and family who (via Marry This!)

7 Chevron Painted Pot


Chevron Painted Pot (via Gibb Gabb)

8 Polka Dot Tiered Planter


Polka Dot Tiered Planter: If you’ve been around since the very beginning here at PS, you probably remember when I originally posted about my Tiered Terracotta Planter, a project that was a take on an idea that originally graced the cover of Southern Living probably close to ten years ago. Of all of the projects I’ve ever completed, (via Positively Splendid)

9 Chalkboard Label Flower Pots


Chalkboard Label Flower Pots: It’s almost time to transplant my seedlings, and what better container than a few painted flower pots. (via Practically Functional)

10 Lace Pots


Lace Pots (via Shrimp Salad Circus)

11 Paint Dipped Ceramic Pots


Paint Dipped Ceramic Pots: Get a fun look for any ceramic planters by making paint dipped pots. (via Decor Fix)

12 Striped Pot


Striped Pot (via Hi Sugarplum)

13 Painted Planter


Painted Planter: Time: 1 hour Materials: planter, acrylic paint, brush, eraser (stamp), sealer (optional) Apply paint to the base of your planter. You may have to wait for it to dry before making touch ups. When you paint the lip of your planter, be sure to paint the inside as well since it will be visible after (via The Crafted Life)

14 Gold Foil Lettering Flower Pots


Gold Foil Lettering Flower Pots: An easy way to add DIY Gold Lettering on Flower Pots. The printable gold foil paper allows you to create anything custom. The gold lettering is beautiful. (via Nest of Posies)

15 Dipped Neon Pots


Dipped Neon Pots: You guys, Ive never been a huge fan of pink. But HOT PINK? I can get on board with that. These pots were so fun and ridiculously easy to make. Read on to learn how to make your own. You’ll need: brown pot (mine are from IKEA and cost $1.99) painters tape Neon Pink fluorescent (via The Proper Pinwheel)

16 Chalkboard Clay Pot


Chalkboard Clay Pot (via The Robin’s Nest)

17 Gold-Dipped Plant Pots


Gold-Dipped Plant Pots: DIY Gold-Dipped Plant Pots from DIY whiz Amy of Homey Oh My! See how to make cheery little plant pots that will brighten up your space. (via Style House)

18 Painted Ikat Pots


Painted Ikat Pots (via Kate Bello)

19 Painted Succulent Pot


Painted Succulent Pot (via I SPY DIY)

20 Easy DIY Projects Painted Pots


Easy DIY Projects Painted Pots: Easy DIY Projects Painted Pots Pick up some terracotta plant pots. Pick your color to coordinate with your color palette, paint and let dry. (via Bright Bold & Beautiful)

21 Hot Pink Clay Pot Makeover

Hot Pink Clay Pot Makeover: We are thrilled to add this simple, pretty DIY project to our #12monthsofmartha collaboration with Martha Stewart. It’s been a fun year so far filled with bunting banners, glitter magnets, Mother’s Day Brunch tables, and picnic dates (coming next week)– and now it’s time to introduce our pinkest project yet: this Easy DIY Hot Pink Clay Pot Makeover! There’s nothing like a makeover to turn something ordinary into something extraordinary, and after all, isn’t everything better in pink?Here’s what Melissa has to say about the project: “When I was a little girl, I was obsessed with succulents and cacti. Years later, the trend returned (unless you live in Arizona) and I could not be more excited to see it make a comeback! Andy made me this succulent arrangement for my birthday in January and it’s still going strong. The pot was originally spray painted white, but I was ready to give it a pretty-in-pink revamp so it could match the aesthetic of my new office […] (via Best Friends for Frosting)

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