If you plant a garden, you probably have a collection of empty flower pots. Instead of letting them stack up in your garden shed, use the ideas here to turn them into useful crafts. If you don't have any flower pots, check with your friends or neighbors who like to plant or run to the store and grab a couple of clay pots.
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Discover how easy it is to build a bird bath using a few clay flower pots and a saucer.
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You can learn how a visitor named Eleanor made decorations for her Christmas tree out of flowers pots, a jingle bell, and some basic craft supplies.
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Party Place Card Holder
A visitor named Corrina explains how she made these unique placeholders for a special gathering she was hosting.
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If you are looking for a fun and unique stand to hold a plant, follow the directions here and make your own out of clay flower pots.Continue to 5 of 25 below.
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A visitor named Erica explains how she decorated a clay pot using old candy wrappers and decoupage techniques.
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If you have a favorite comic strip, consider making one of these pots using it. Then you can keep it near you and read it whenever you need to smile.
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Learn how easy it is to craft this adorable apple out of a clay pot and saucer. This project would make a fun gift for a teacher, especially if you fill it with sweet treats.
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You can make one or more of these babies and use them as decorations for a baby shower or in a nursery.Continue to 9 of 25 below.
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Bumble Bee Craft
This cute bee will be happy to sit on a shelf in your house and not bug anyone.
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A visitor named Diane shared these directions teaching us how she made this cute bunny basket out of a flower pot.
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You can make this cute black cat as a decoration for Halloween, or you can paint the cat to look like a cat you know. This project would make a fun gift to give to a cat owner.
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Follow the directions and this project sheet and learn how you can paint a flower pot to make it look like a cow.Continue to 13 of 25 below.
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This cute Frankenstein will hold your Halloween candy or any other treats or tricks you have. If you like, you can paint a clay saucer black and use it as a cover by setting it on top of his head.
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To craft this cute frog, all you need is a clay pot, a wooden bead, some felt, and some paint. Of course, you also need the bug-eyes which are made by gluing wiggle eyes onto two small pom-poms.
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A visitor named Cacien was nice enough to teach us how she made this amazing flower pot person. These are wonderful garden decorations and will get noticed by everyone who passes.
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Why not use this tutorial and a variety of flower pots to make a collection of spooky ghosts that can line your walkway and welcome people to your home on Halloween.Continue to 17 of 25 below.
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You can make this flower pot craft for a ladybug lover, or you can use it as a decoration in your garden.
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You won't believe how easy it is to make this cute bonnet that would make a cute decoration for Thanksgiving.
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Make this pilgrim hat, along with the pilgrim bonnet shared previously, and you can use them as a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner table.
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Have you heard of the Elf on the Shelf? Well, why not use these directions to make a Santa that can sit on your shelf.Continue to 21 of 25 below.
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Use a clay pot and some craft supplies to build a snowman without even getting cold.
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Use this tutorial to craft a turkey out of a clay pot and colorful craft foam. You can use it as a nut dish or as place cards for Thanksgiving dinner.
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Use clay pots and other flower pots to make houses to welcome frogs and toads to your garden.
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Follow these directions and learn how to decorate a clay pot using flattened marbles and mosaic techniques.Continue to 25 of 25 below.
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Learn how a visitor named Natalie made toothpick holders that look like a turkey and a pilgrim hat.