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terra cotta pot planter think this would be cute in the garden

Garden Red Hat Ruby Suggested things you will need: four terracotta pots two 8 x 10 pieces .

40 Trendy Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Twig hanging baskets from a home and garden store. Great for the holidays or filled with moss and outdoor Christmas lights(battery) for a shady patio or porch in warmer season

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fourteen bright Terra Cotta Clay Pot DIY Project For Unique And Fun Garden Decoration

DIY Candle Holder

Terra Cotta Candle Holders, so easy to make. You need a couple of terra cotta pots painted with patio paint. Invert them, placing the plate on top of the pot. It is now ready for the candle. Great for summer tables. Use regular or flameless candles.

Glue broken china tiles onto painted terra cotta pots to make broken china mosaic pots. Great idea for DIY crafts and gifts!

Mosaic Pots Trio: How To Make Broken China Mosaics

DIY Mosaic Pots with Broken China - instructions with photos showing how to break flea market plates, glue tiles to terra cotta pots, mix and grout mosaic, and how to buff. Includes bonus video for lopping china roses off knick-knacks!

I'm going to walk you through a very popular terra cotta pot crafts project — how to make "Pot People". These garden art decorations can be as small or as large as your imagination and garden space allows. Use smaller pots for a child-size figure; larger pots for adult-sized figures. You can even make "Pot Animals"

Terra Cotta Pot Man Project, instructions on how to make a clay pot person

Garden art- PVC Pipe covered in tiles and capped off with a drainer dish!

Create Mosaic Magic in Your Garden: Eight, and PVC pipes cut to varying heights serve as the bases for these mosaic pillars. Overturned terra-cotta saucers turn two of the pipes into pedestals; the third cradles a flowerpot.