D.I.Y. Fabric Covered Flower Pots

I’m loving this creative idea by Lavender and Limes for these Springtime appropriate DIY Fabric Covered Flower Pots (via Crescendoh).  The beauty in them is that they can be as unique as you are.  Just pick the fabric that suits your style best and have at it.  These would also make fabulous Easter or Mother’s Day gift “basket” for any woman who loves to garden.  See the full tutorial right here.  xo Ez

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21 Comments

  1. Brooke Premo / / Reply

    This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing. My mother and grandmother would totally love this as an Easter gift.

  2. hip hip gin gin / / Reply

    You have just changed my life (well my gardening life anyway)!! I hate the feeling of terracotta pots, touching them literally makes the hair on my neck stand up, but finding affordable alternatives is really difficult. It would have never occurred to me to do this before, but now once I cover them I’ll get to touch lovely, non-creepy fabric. Thank you!

  3. Brenda Kula / / Reply

    I love fabric. I love pots. I love gardening. This is a must-do project! Thanks for the inspiration.
    Brenda

  4. Ann W / / Reply

    Very cute, and then I can make them fit my dcor more easily. I saw this idea before, but still haven’t taken the time to give it a try. Plant and Garden Blog

  5. Jennifer / / Reply

    I am not a "crafty" person by nature, but I thougth these pots were way too cute! I love, love fabric and am always looking for new ways to use all of my beautiful fabric scraps! Thanks a bunch for sharing….really enjoy your posts!
    Thanks, Jennifer!
    Lifestyle-Designer

  6. Courtney / / Reply

    Oh, these are so charming! I’m imagining a variety of them scattered about a front porch. So springy and uplifting.

  7. tiina / / Reply

    What a lovely project! I just read your posts after the little blogging break. I hope everything will go good with the move, and that things will start to work better for you and your daughter. It sounds like so many big changes and challenges are happening at the same time. I wish you tons of positive energy – you are so strong dealing with all the problems surrounding you right now. Sending you positive energy and wishing all the best for you! Hope you don’t worry about the blog too much, we’ll be here when you return:)

  8. Melissa de la Fuente / / Reply

    Love, love, love these! Maybe even the crafty challenged(such as myself) can do them! :)
    xo
    Melis

  9. withanh / / Reply

    i love everything about your website. i stumbled across finding DIY wedding projects and now check it out just because! <3

  10. lisaroy / / Reply

    Gosh! I remember making some of these about 20 years ago! Think I’ll have to make some again! : )

  11. Minty Haze / / Reply

    I love these.. so chic and simple. I'm really inspired to do some pot decorating now!

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