There are a lot of very interesting and creative DIY projects that can help you dress up your unique garden. I’ve always loved terra cotta, the clay has such a distinctive natural reddish-orange color that really does make it look like it’s from the earth. Here we suggest you to start with a terracotta clay pot.
Please take a look at these 25 amazing Clay Pot DIY Projects we gathered for you. All you need to do is to collect the ones suitable for your project and start your amazing garden projects. It is not difficult as long as you unleash your imaginations. The garden is the most used space in this season. So let’s add some wonderful refreshing DIY decorations to brighten up your garden with these Clay Pot DIY Projects inspiration . Enjoy !
1. Clay Pot Critters
Brighten up your garden with these fun DIY Clay Pot Critters! They’re a great project to make with the kids and will bring so much personality to your garden and balcony.
2. Clay Pot Wreath
This little flower pot wreath made from a simple grapevine wreath and terra cotta flower pots is a fun welcome to spring! Hang it on your porch or near a window and put live plants inside or add faux succulents if the wreath will be hanging away from natural light! Either way it’s perfect for spring and summer!
3. DIY Chandelier Flower Planter
Recycle an old chandelier into a pretty Tea Party Planter! This planter features tea cups that hold flowers or succulents, as well as bird seed. Make a combination planter and bird feeder for your garden.
4. Terra-Cotta Herb Tower
Gardening should be something both easy to make and pleasing to the eye. This beautiful Terra-Cotta Tower is very useful for every gardener to have them all in a convenient place, and also makes the space and design so much appealing.
5. Clay Pot People
These adorable Clay pot people will add a real touch of characters to your garden! These are so cute! You can build these yourself and place them anywhere in your garden,put them on your deck, next to the BBQ, near the pool,
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