Mother's Day Decoupage Flower Pot

4 Materials
$2
45 Minutes
Easy

This is an easy DIY Mother's Day gift from the kids. A decoupage flower pot using old upcycled shirts!

This is such a fun and easy project for the kids to work on. The whole family will get to enjoy these pots for years to come.

Materials List


  • Worn out shirt cut into 9"x1" strips
  • Terracotta clay pot
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Mod podge and spray adhesive
  • Foam brush
  • Soil and wildflowers


Attach Shirt Strips To Clay Pot


Use the spray adhesive (or mod podge) to attach strips of shirt to the clay pot.


The strips should reach from the inner lip to the bottom of your pot.


Apply the glue to the pot one section at a time so it doesn't dry out before you get to it.

Keep Going


Glue strips the entire way around the pot. Keep on going, keep on going, almost there!

Seal The Outside Of The Pot


Once you're done gluing the strips of shirt to the pot, you'll want to seal the outside.


Allow the adhesive to dry before sealing. While the adhesive is drying, why not make a few more pots?


After the adhesive has dried, use Mod Podge and a foam brush to seal the outside of the fabric.

Add Soil and Plants or Flowers


Once the Mod Podge is dry, add soil and flowers or plants to complete this project.


Alternatively, you can add fake flowers that will look great year round!


Wasn't this just a fun Mother's Day DIY project? Of course you can make these for any purpose, but I thought it would be nice to give you the idea of having the kids do this for mom.


Flowers are one thing, a craft project with flowers is awesome!

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  • Carole Carole on Apr 25, 2020


    Does mod lodge make it waterproof?

  • Mary Coakley Mary Coakley on May 08, 2020

    Very pretty we.don't.have.Mod.Pog what.could.I use.instead and.which spray should be used Thanks

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  • Joanie Joanie on Apr 27, 2020

    I'm a plant lover and this would make a wonderful gift. There's only 1 thing.......My d.i.laws don't craft anything.... ....I have 4 sons, no daughters.

  • Nefi Nefi on Apr 27, 2020

    Boys like to make art too especially for moms. Dads, Grandma. If you must, use “boy” colors.

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