10 Garden Flower Pot Craft Ideas

| May 24, 2016 | 22 Comments


10 Garden Flower Pot Craft Ideas 2


Gardening season is finally upon us! I enjoyed the fact that we did not have too many snow storms this year, but spring seems to be taking a long time to arrive with warmer days! Spring, of course, means it’s time to get ready for planting vegetables, plants, and/or flowers to embellish our gardens and lawn, and also to create garden flower pots for indoor or outdoor decorating.

A great craft to make with your kids is by creating flower pots to decorate for your home or for your outdoor space on the patio, the curbside garden, the deck, etc.. They are inexpensive to make, especially if you are using the “Terra Cotta Flower Pots” as you can purchase them at the Dollar Store. You can really be creative and show your artistic side by personalizing them to be unique and different every time. They look just as beautiful on the ground or set on a shelf!

The garden flower pots also make great gifts for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day and a fun craft to create for a child’s birthday party.

You will find below 10 garden flower pot craft ideas that I thought would be ideal for this spring! 

10 Garden Flower Pot Craft Ideas


Spring Flower Pot Crayola Craft1. Spring Flower Pot Crayola Craft


How To Seal Painted Flower Pots2. How To Seal Painted Flower Pots

 Vintage Crackled Flower Pot3.Vintage Crackled Flower Pot

 Turn Old Garden Hose Into Flower Pot4. Turn Old Garden Hose Into Flower Pot

   DIY Tiered Planter Pots with Patio Paint5. DIY Tiered Planter Pots with Patio Paint


Painted Flower Pots6.Painted Flower Pots


Chalkboard Planters With Folkart Stencils And Paint7. Chalkboard Planters With Folkart Stencils And Paint

 Design Your Own Spring Planters With Frogtape Chevron8.Design Your Own Spring Planters With Frogtape Chevron

 Spring Peat Pot Craft9. Spring Peat Pot Craft

  Painting With Rubber Stamps 15 Minute10. Painting With Rubber Stamps 15 Minute


Which one listed above would you like to make for your home or garden? 



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  1. sabina Edwards says:

    beautiful, I’m gong to miss having flowers this yr but finances being what they all of a sudden are, my plans have changed..next yr though for sure!!

  2. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    These ideas are all adorable. My favorite is the Chalkboard Planters With Folkart Stencils And Paint.

  3. Lynda Cook says:

    Some great ides here, I like the one using a garden hose, pretty cool!!

  4. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Some great ideas here, I’ll miss not having plants this year but since I’ll be away for 6 – 8 wks, it’d be pointless to plant anything. I’m afraid that no one here seems to know how to look after plants apart from me 🙁 My favourites are the vintage crackled one, the tier planter and the chalkboard planters. I’ll be saving these for next year 🙂

  5. Julie says:

    Such fun ideas! I’m feeling inspired, thanks!

  6. Judy Cowan says:

    Some very cute ideas, I am thinking I might have to do the tiered one this summer.

  7. KD says:

    I had never thought of using chalkboard paint on a pot before. Neat idea!

  8. Brenda A says:

    Just so cute! I love the stencilling and customizability. Such fun colours to match any where!

  9. Theresa A. says:

    What a great idea, and what a wonderful way to brighten up dreary pots. They would freshen up any decor as well. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Wanda Tracey says:

    These are such pretty ideas for dressing up our flower pots! I really think the garden hose flower pot is unique.

  11. Wanda Tracey says:

    These are a fun idea and since I love gardening I ave made a few of these already.I love this cute craft and so do my friends.I have made them a few.

  12. Debbie White Beattie says:

    These pots are great ideas and I love them all

  13. Cheryl says:

    These are some great ideas. I love the bright colors used to dress up the dollar store pots. Great craft for the kids 🙂

  14. DebH says:

    Love the vintage crackled one!

  15. Wanda Tracey says:

    I would have never imagined using old garden hose to make a flower pot with, and it actually looks awesome.These are some really cute ideas.Thanks so much for the post. 🙂

  16. Erin N says:

    Awesome! These are so cute. I love the chalkboard idea. Thank you very much

  17. Wanda Tracey says:

    These flower pots are super cute and I agree they would make some nice Mother’s day gifts.

  18. Debbie White Beattie says:

    I think these pots are beautiful and they give me so many ideas especially because spring will hopefully be here soon so i’d like to figure out some designs for myself.

  19. Leanne Davis says:

    These are really cute . I love decorating flower pots in the spring .

  20. S. Stewart says:

    Of all these flower-pot ideas, I quite adore the ‘Vintage Crackled Flower Pot’ and the ‘Spring Peat Pot Craft’ ideas the most; they are so very dainty and charming!

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