Cricut DIY “Bloom” Terra Cotta Flower Pot Project

This simple and minimalist, yet elegant Bloom flower pot craft came out exactly the way that I wanted and now I have just the Cricut DIY tutorial for you, plus the list of all the supplies you are going to need.

Cricut DIY "Bloom" Terra Cotta Flower Pot Project

One thing I love is DIY decor that looks like I hired a professional to do the job. That’s what I get when I use Cricut templates like the bloom pot craft I have to share with you today. If you want to dress up an indoor or outdoor garden with some lovely-looking pots, here is how you can provide some encouragement for some flowering plants to be.

What is Cricut?

Cricut is a brand that creates cutting plotters. Uniquely designed printers specifically made for cutting a variety of materials with great precision. There are over 100 types of materials a Cricut machine can cut. You can also upload your own images for a completely custom and professional DIY personalization project. That’s where my Bloom svg file comes in. You simply measure your pot to tell the machine how big to make the print. Of all the potential materials I could use on my pot I chose vinyl to get the best effect.

Painting Your Bloom Pot

This is an easy craft to do for the outcome. I was very pleased with the way mine turned out. Keep in mind whenever you are painting, that you must be careful not to get paint on your surroundings. Try to paint outdoors whenever possible. Fresh air is also a good counterbalance to the fumes you breathe in the paint. Be sure to use a drop cloth or something that can cover the floor and protect the immediate area from getting any wet paint. If you don’t have a scraper tool like the one mentioned in the materials list below, you can also use an old credit card.

Bloom file

Which Cricut To Use?

For this Cricut DIY Pot Craft, I used a Cricut Explorer Air 2. Pretty much any Cricut machine such as Cricut Joy or Cricut Maker should work as long as it can print the dimensions listed below of 5″ wide by 2″ tall.

Which Vinyl To Use

For this DIY Cricut project, I used the Oracal 651 black vinyl as I find it more durable. You can also choose to purchase the Cricut Premium Vinyl Permanent that should lasts up to 3 years. Of course, You can pick and choose any vinyl colour you would like to apply on the terra cotta flower pot.

Cricut DIY "Bloom" Terra Cotta Flower Pot Project

Cricut DIY “Bloom” Flower Pot Craft

This easy Cricut DIY project will embellish and personalize your flower pots!

Materials

Equipment Needed

How To Make The Cricut DIY Flower Pot Project

Terra Cotta garden pots painted in white

Place the paint drop cloth down and paint the pot and saucer with the Folkart acrylic matte titanium white paint. Let dry a few hours.

Terra cotta pots painted in white

Open up Cricut design space app and upload the bloom svg or png file. If you don’t know how, these are the instructions to download and install Cricut Design Space.

Cricut DIY Flower Pot Project in process

Measure the front of the pot and then set the files settings to those measurements. Mine was 5″ wide by 2″ tall.

Cricut DIY Bloom Flower Pot Project in process in process

Place the Oracal vinyl on the blue cutting mat with the black sticker side up and using design space tell it to cut on the vinyl setting. Cut.

Trim off excess vinyl and then weed the vinyl design with a weeding hook.

Cricut DIY Bloom Flower Pot Project in process

How To Apply The Adhesive Vinyl On A Terra Cotta Pot?

Place transfer tape over the top of pot and rub well with the scraper tool or old credit card. Pull back the tape slowly making sure the design sticks. Place onto the pot and use the scraper tool to rub well. Slowly pull back making sure the design sticks.

Now plant a lovely flower into your pot!

CRICUT DIY "BLOOM" TERRA COTTA FLOWER POT PROJECT

I hope you enjoyed my Cricut DIY Bloom Flower Pot Craft as much as I did! If you make it, please share your photos with us on Facebook or Twitter! Also, check out all of our crafts!

Cricut DIY "Bloom" Terra Cotta Flower Pot Project

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $15

This easy Cricut DIY project will embellish and personalize your flower pots!

Tools

Instructions

    HOW TO MAKE THE CRICUT DIY FLOWER POT PROJECT

    Place the paint drop cloth down and paint the pot and saucer with the Folkart acrylic matte titanium white paint. Let dry a few hours.

    Open up Cricut design space app and upload the bloom svg or png file. If you don’t know how, these are instructions to download and install Cricut Design Space

    Measure the front of the pot and then set the files settings to those measurements. Mine was 5″ wide by 2″ tall.

    Place the Oracal vinyl on the blue cutting mat with the black sticker side up and using design space tell it to cut on the vinyl setting. Cut.

    Trim off excess vinyl and then weed the vinyl design with a weeding hook.

    HOW TO APPLY THE ADHESIVE VINYL ON A TERRA COTTA POT?

    Place transfer tape over the top of pot and rub well with the scraper tool or old credit card. Pull back the tape slowly making sure the design sticks. Place onto the pot and use the scraper tool to rub well. Slowly pull back making sure the design sticks.

    Now plant a lovely flower into your pot!

Notes

WHICH CRICUT TO USE?

For this Cricut DIY Pot Craft, I used a Cricut Explorer Air 2. Pretty much any Cricut machine such as Cricut Joy or Cricut Maker should work as long as it can print the dimensions listed below of 5″ wide by 2″ tall.

WHICH VINYL TO USE

For this DIY Cricut project, I used the Oracal 651 black vinyl as I find it more durable. You can also choose to purchase the Cricut Premium Vinyl Permanent that should lasts up to 3 years. Of course, You can pick and choose any vinyl colour you would like to apply on the terra cotta flower pot.

Lynehttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She loves all things Disney and is an avid chocoholic. She was also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto.She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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