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Terra Cotta Welcome Sign

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Here is a dreamy platter that we made from a terra cotta plant saucer… It broke, yep our big awesome terra cotta saucer broke while in transport. What to do now??
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Time to make lemonade from your lemons and get to zestin’
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
So grab your smashed up plant saucer….
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Throw the random pieces into the bottom of a another pot to help with soil drainage when you plant next…
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Next grab a Sharpie paint pen…
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
And let the free styling begin! If you aren’t too skilled with the strokes you can always pencil/chalk out your design and words before.
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Dig your saucer into the soil a bit and there you have it!! You can definitely add some color to the sign with your paint pens and even planting bed!!
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
  • terra cotta welcome sign, crafts, gardening, repurposing upcycling
You’re “welcome!”
xo
Sam

To see more: http://zestitup.com/find-fix-it-friday-terra-cotta-welcome-sign/

Got a question about this project?

  • Paula Guy
    Paula Guy Winter Haven, FL

    Love this idea! So inspired!!!

  • Sandra Warnock
    Sandra Warnock New Zealand

    A small stake of some sort could be fixed (glued) to the back of the saucer to fix it in the earth.

  • Mary
    Mary Manteca, CA

    great idea I never throw anything away always find some ideas

  • Alcs52

    what about using the plastic one that are Terra cotta in color?

  • Ginny Rauer
    Ginny Rauer Alexandria, VA

    terrific ideas

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