This my favorite time of year. Our living spaces expand and we can now utilize backyards, patios, and balconies. Flower pots are an inexpensive addition to any outdoor space, and look just as good inside the home. Flower pots can be found at your local dollar store or just about anywhere, and restyling them is a simple, and easy craft. I had this one hanging around and thought a little sprucing up was in order. I had some Jacquard style scrapbook paper scraps I had used from a previous project. As you can tell I love Jacquard designs! I have just about used up this book of scrap-book paper designs I purchased from Michael’s Crafts. I will be our searching for some new scrapbook paper designs in the near future. I simply cut the paper into a long strip and used Outdoor Mod Podge to glue the paper to the top rim of the ceramic pot. I then applied the Mod Podge to the outside, applying a few coats. A very simple project that you can share with the kids. You can use fabric, wrapping paper, magazine clippings, personal photographs just about anything. I recommend using Outdoor Mod Podge even if you plan on keeping your flower-pot inside. Every time you water the plant you run the risk of getting it wet, and the Outdoor Mod Podge works great under these conditions and will seal it beautifully! The key is to have fun no matter what design you choose!
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Great technique! Would love to try this out sometime!