- 1 How do you make the perfect flower pot?
- 2 What can I put in pots to decorate?
- 3 How do you decorate a clay pot for flowers?
- 4 How do you decorate a plant pot?
- 5 What are the easiest flowers to grow in pots?
- 6 What can I use to fill the bottom of a large planter?
- 7 What can you put in outdoor flower boxes besides flowers?
- 8 What can I put in planter boxes besides plants?
- 9 Can you put stickers on clay pots?
- 10 Does Mod Podge work on clay pots?
- 11 How do you dress up a clay pot?
- 12 How do you decorate a plain flower pot?
How do you make the perfect flower pot?
4 Essentials for the Perfect Flower Pot
- The Thriller. You start with the thriller, which is a taller plant that goes right in the middle of your container.
- The Filler. Filler works just as the name suggests – to make your container look full, healthy, and give it a bit of depth and texture.
- The Spiller.
What can I put in pots to decorate?
Fill small pots with sand and small shells. Place a votive candle in the center. Plant flowers or green plants in your planters to use as table decorations at a party or reception. Use clean terra cotta pots to bake individual loaves of bread.
How do you decorate a clay pot for flowers?
- Smooth the Pot. Make sure the clay pot is clean and smooth.
- Seal Pot. If you’re going to paint the outside of the pot, the paint will seal it, so you only need to use sealer on the inside.
- Apply the Paint. Paint the outside of the pot with acrylic paint.
- Cut out the Photos.
- Piece Photos Together.
- Seal if Needed.
How do you decorate a plant pot?
Think about the surface of the pot and how you are going to decorate it. Terracotta pots have absorbent surfaces and can be decorated with marker pens and paint. Use blackboard paint so that the name of the plant or a greeting can be written in chalk. Plastic surfaces may be better for decoupage.
What are the easiest flowers to grow in pots?
Easy Flowers to Grow in Pots
- Geraniums. Classic geraniums like these, ‘Dark Red’ and ‘White Watermelon’, look as natural on porches in summer as pumpkins do in fall.
- Begonias and Coral Bells.
- Sedums and Coleus.
Light materials you can use to fill the bottom of your large planter include:
- Water/soda bottles.
- Water or milk jugs (lids on, if possible)
- Solo cups (turned upside down)
- Take -out plastic food containers.
- Empty detergent bottles.
- Nursery pots and 6-packs (turned upside down)
- Unused plastic pots (turned upside down)
What can you put in outdoor flower boxes besides flowers?
In the fall, spray branches black and stick them upright in your boxes. Add pumpkins and gourds around the base. In the winter, use evergreen branches and twinkle lights. If you want a pop of color, add some artificial poinsettia blooms to the mix.
What can I put in planter boxes besides plants?
Here are our top 5 uses for our favorite planters:
- CONTAINER GARDENING. Not a gardener?
- KITCHEN HERB GARDEN. Or, create a feast for the senses with potted herbs.
- POOLSIDE STORAGE. Lounging poolside is one of summer’s great pleasures.
- BEVERAGE HOLDER.
- SIDE TABLE.
Can you put stickers on clay pots?
Yes, you can use them on terra cotta pots!
Does Mod Podge work on clay pots?
Mod Podge Terracotta Pots Tips Start with clean clay pots. Use gloss Mod Podge for a shiney hard finish. Seal the inside of the pot as a final coat to prevent water seeping and cracking the design. Pick a paper napkin in any pattern you want, this technique will work to make any style or size pot.
How do you dress up a clay pot?
10 Ways to Dress Up Terra Cotta Pots
- Peeled Paint Effect. Give your flower pot a poppy yet rustic update with a peeled paint treatment.
- Patterned Moss. Give your pots a garden-chic look with sheet moss.
- French Whitewash. Update your terra cotta pot with a French country look.
- Two-Tone Geometric.
- Rustic Wood Chips.
- Preppy Paint.
- Lace Accents.
- Antiqued Metallic.
How do you decorate a plain flower pot?
24 Seriously Creative Ways to Spruce Up a Flower Pot
- Decoupage a Design. Place of My Taste.
- Paint and Tie on Twine. Get the tutorial at pinkwhen.com.
- Paint With Chalk Paint. Via beadandcord.com.
- Stamp on a Label. Rustic and Woven.
- Knit a Cover.
- Stack ‘Em Up.
- Stencil on a Pattern.
- Affix Twigs.