Weekend Crafting - Floral Decoupage Pot

Sunday, April 10, 2016

As has much of the rest of the country,
it seems we slipped back to winter over the past few days.

Upper 50's, tomorrow's temps are predicted to hit the mid 70's,
...pure craziness, huh?

Anyhow, being that it was too cold to be out, and even more so too windy,
I thought it made for the perfect "stay inside and craft your little heart out" weekend!

I ran across a post from The Snug trending on Facebook,
Loving the spring'y, bright floral projects, I decided to give a few of them a try.

The first project was a floral fabric decoupage pot.

I found the Waverly fabric and pot at Walmart,
our only source for such within a hour drive.

Dug the Mod Podge out of my craft stash,
and went to work creating...

I would've preferred a solid terra cotta pot like the inspiration piece,
but all that were available had solid color rims.
No biggie, it worked out fine.

I "copied" one other of the 14 projects, from The Snug's collaborative,
creating my own explosion of spring florals, regardless of the chilly weather!

But I'll give you a heads up, it wasn't the shoes.
{and I do have a slight obsession with shoes},
but these were a little out of my comfort zone!  :)

I'll share it soon!
Hopefully in the meantime, I'll be playing with some real "florals,"
planting my container gardens!

Thanks for stopping in...
Hope ya'll have a great week!


Partying At These Cool Blogs:
Julie's Lifestyle - Cooking and Crafting with J&J
Between Naps On The Porch - Met Monday
Cozy Little House - Tweak It Tuesday
StoneGable - The Scoop
DIY By Design - Swing Into Spring
Sadie Seasongoods - Talk of the Town
Life on Merlin - The Alder Collective 
Poofing the Pillows - Thoughts of Home
McCall Manor - Your Inspired Design 
The Charm of Home - Home Sweet Home
My Thrift Store Addiction - Vintage Charm Party
 Miss Toody Goo Shoes - Best of the Weekend
Dwellings - Amaze Me Monday
Nifty Thrifty Things - Nifty Thrifty Sunday


  1. That is so pretty! Was it easy enough to make? The weather is driving me crazy, too. I can't wait for Spring!

  2. That's adorable Rhonda, and I love the colored rim! You've made me want to dig out my Mod Podge!

  3. What a great idea! When you buy a pot that is already decorated they are outrageously expensive. Love this idea. :)

  4. What a beautiful job you did decorating the pot and such pretty fabric.
    Thanks for sharing this at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.

  5. This is amazing!
    My Mod Podge is probably petrified at the back of my craft cabinet.
    You have inspired me- I will just buy more!


  6. I love this project. And I may need to give this one a try! Thanks for the idea.sheila

  7. This is so pretty, Rhonda. I love the fabric you chose. What a cute idea. Kathi

  8. This is so pretty! I'll have to try it - thank-you for sharing. Karen

  9. This is very pretty and a great project!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  10. Very cute! And I love those giant paper dispensers behind your plants.

  11. This is such a neat idea and turned out really pretty! :)

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  12. I have never Mod-Podge'd fabric...but then again, I'm not very crafty! Beautiful fabric pattern you chose for the plant pot.

  13. I just love, love this pot and the fabric that you have chosen it is perfect!
    Thank you for sharing this wonderful project with us at TOHOT!

  14. Rhonda, I love mod podge & your floral flower pot is fabulous! Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm!

  15. That pot is just too cute, Rhonda! Such a great idea....you could create adorable pots for any and all seasons! Those shoes would be sweet, since floral shoes are pretty popular this year.

    I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your sweet comments on my last post. Very much appreciated!

    Warm hugs,


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