THIS IS A SPONSORED POST IN COLLABORATION WITH WAVERLY INSPIRATIONS AS PART OF THEIR BLOGGER TEAM
Spring is in the air!! Which means it’s time to buy all those super cute spring fabrics! And so of course you need projects for those fabrics…. and so I’m here to show you a fun one, these DIY Fabric Pots. I just LOVE how they turned out!
They’re simple to make and with all the different fabric choices, the possibilities are endless.
And I’ve even got a VIDEO tutorial in the works, so get excited about that. Meanwhile, let’s dive right in to the step-by-step tutorial here.
DIY Fabric Pots
-cute fabric (isn’t this fabric by Waverly Inspirations just perfect? I love it! You can find it at Walmart)
-pots in a desired size
-scissors, pen, flowers, etc
Trace around your pot, about an inch on both the top and bottom. Roll your pot and continue to trace as you roll. This will give you an arch of fabric. The arch helps everything to go on smoothly without wrinkles on the pot.
Cut along those lines.
Using Mod Podge, attach the fabric to the pot. Work your way around, applying mod podge as you go.
At the top and bottom, cut slits in the overhang fabric, Then fold it over. Secure with mod podge.
Now coat the entire outside of the fabric with mod podge to seal it. Let dry completely. That’s all there is to it!
Enjoy your new DIY Fabric Pots!! What will you fill yours with??
jen hadfield says
OMG so fun! I need to make some ASAP!!!
Amber Price says
WHAT?! Never thought about doing that! Very cool!
These are beautiful; however I would use clay pot sealer spray if you’re going to put a plant directly in the pot to avoid the pot soaking up too much water and wrecking the fabric.
My thought exactly. Mod Podge will bubble the fabric if it gets wet after application. It won’t be pretty.
Mandy Beyeler says
I haven’t had any problems with bubbles on mine – I’ve only made 3 though, so I haven’t tested it a ton
These are darling!
Kimber Matherne says
This is such a good idea! I love how you just rolled it and traced. Genius!
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Jennifer Sedillo says
Such a great idea! I love these.
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They look lovely especially the floral one.
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Marcia jurs says
I have been looking for the tutorial for mason jars with leaves on them. I haven’t found the tutorial.
Mandy Beyeler says
You can find that tutorial here: https://www.sugarbeecrafts.com/2015/09/fall-mason-jar-craft.html . Thanks!