Chalkboard Paint and Terra Cotta Pots

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Do you love chalkboard paint as much as I do?


I'm always looking for fun ways to use chalkboard paint. 


These terra cotta pots are easy to decorate and fun to use. 

Here I put mine under a cloche.

All I did was add potting soil a sprinkle of grass seed and a little water. 
Then I covered the terra cotta pots with the glass cloche and the grass seed sprouted.



~ Here is how you can make your own terra cotta pots ~

Paint the terra cotta pots with chalkboard paint and let dry.


Next you need burlap. Here I used the oyster color. Burlap threads are easy to pull out. Wrap the threads around the terra cotta pots using white glue as you go.



Next your need white fabric a rubber stamp,
 stamp pad and scissors.


Cut out your design and glue it onto your terra cotta pot. Add a rhinestone or two.


 Here I added some candles to the inside of the terra cotta pots. 


     In the spring I'll fill some of the terra cotta pots with flowers.     
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The other side of the pot is for writing notes with chalk.


Maybe I'll fill one pot full to the rim with chalk.



Here I used a glass candle I purchased from IKEA.



The glass candle fits perfectly in the terra cotta pots.


These chalkboard terra cotta pots make 
great gifts!


I love my terra cotta pots!!!


I hope I've inspired you to make your own chalkboard terra cotta pots.

57 comments:

Melissa Miller said...

They look beautiful Dee. I always adore a lovely fleur de lis. Great work.

Warmly, ~Melissa

Becky said...

Oh how cute. I just might have to do this with my pots so I can write the name of the flower/plant on them and how often they need water and food. I never remember otherwise. Very cute! Love the jute at the top too. I have a huge, huge roll I bought close to forty years ago that would work perfectly for a project like this too. Thanks for the inspiration.

Dee said...

Melissa,

Thanks! I had fun creating the pots.

Dee

Dee said...

I’m so glad I inspired you Becky.

Dee

Mary said...

Dee, this is such a great idea for chalkboard paint, I'll add this to my growing list of projects to do!

Richelle Kelley said...
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Richelle Kelley said...

I love the chalkboard Terra Cotta pots. the roping & fleur de lis really make them even nicer!!!

I'm going to save this idea in back of my mind for certain!

Excellent job!!!!!!!!

Dee said...

Mary,

Your list has grown but this one is on its way to you.

Dee

Dee said...

Richelle,

Thanks! I'm going to put grass seed in one for Easter.

Dee

Donnie said...

I love how that turned out. I have a can of spray chalkboard paint leftover and would like to try these. I'm a new follower and I know I'll enjoy reading your blog.

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Now that is awesome and I love how it your pot turned out. Happy you found my newbie party. Hope to see you every Monday for a while now. I am a new friend as well and hope for you to become one too. Have fun.

Yvonne@StyleBurb said...

This is a fantastic craft! You're right, it would make a great gift. I think it would be great as a year end teacher's gift. Great instructions!

Martina said...

They turned out fabulous!! Love it! Martina

Came over from Debbie's newbie party!!

Melanie said...

This is such a great idea! I think I need to go and get some chalkboard paint. I found you at Debbiedoo's and am now a follower.

Melanie
youmadethat.blogspot.com

Andrea said...

Great idea!!!

VintageWhimsy said...

What a clever idea! I can just picture a little windowsill herb garden, with each of the terra cotta pots labeled... So cute. I am inspired. :)

Glad I found your blog from Debbie's!

Lisa
http://chicmagnifique.blogspot.com

Gayle from Vintage Farmhouse said...

Great idea, I just bought some chalk board paint and needed some ideas. Thanks for sharing. I have become a follower.

Daniella said...

It's so good to meet another jersey girl!!
I'm here from Debbie's party, and those chalkboard pots ROCK!!
I'm also your newest follower!
xxDaniella

Erika . . . with a K said...

Such a great idea, I love it!!

Judy said...

Those came out great. Love the chalkboard paint. I am your latest follower. I would love for you to come and check out my blog and follow me back at www.diybydesign.blogpsot.com. Thanks so much.

Dee said...

Donnie,

Have fun making the pots. I will follow you too!

Dee

Dee said...

Debbie,

Thanks for being so sweet. You have made my day! I look forward to being your friend.

Dee

Dee said...

Yvonne,

I like the way you think. Teachers would love this type of gift. Have fun crafting.

Dee

Dee said...

Martina,

Your name is so pretty. Thanks for stopping by. I hope to see you again soon.

Dee

Dee said...

Melanie,

I’m glad I inspired you! Thanks for stopping by.

Dee

Dee said...

Andrea,

Thanks so much!

Dee

Dee said...

Lisa,

Your idea sounds wonderful! I think we should both make our windowsills an herb garden.

Dee

Dee said...

Gayle,

Enjoy making the pots.

I will be following you too!

Dee

Dee said...

Daniella,

Another Jersey Girl! You 'ROCK' in my book!!!!!!

Dee

Dee said...

Erika,

Thanks so much!

Dee

Dee said...

P.S. I will follow everyone here.

Thanks again for taking the time to write me.

Hugs,
Dee

Dee said...

Thanks Judy!

I will follow you too!

Dee

Sue@creativetryals.blogspot.com said...

You make it look easy and beautiful - I will have to try it.
Thanks for sharing.

craftynan said...

hi again , love the pots what a cute idea x tfs
xmaggiex

Pam said...

What a fun idea! I will definitely be trying this project. Thanks for sharing.

I'm visiting from Debbiedoo's party and hope you'll come follow me too.

Have a great day.
Pam

Rachel Murphy said...

What a great idea! I need to get some of this chalkboard paint looks like there is so many wonderful things you can do with it.

Found you at Debbiedoos :)

Mamarazzi said...

CUTE i love the jute around the top, so clever!

Stopping by via Debbiedoos Blog. I love love love the idea of a newbie blog hop, so fantastic.

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Dee said...

Pam,

How nice that I inspired you. I love crafting and trying new takes on things.
I will follow you too!

Thanks,
Dee

Dee said...

Rachel,

Thanks! There are so many ways to use the chalkboard paint.

Have fun,
Dee

Dee said...

Mamarazzi,

I had made burlap pillows and thought to use the rest of the burlap in a different way.
Thanks for the invite. I will stop by.

Dee

Dee said...

Sue,

The craft is easy and fun to do.
Have fun decorating your pots.

Dee

Dee said...

Maggie,

Thanks so much! I had fun making them.

Dee

Butterscotch Caramel said...

Fun post...I have alot of these pots. Like the top. I am a new follower from Debbie Doo's and a new blogger myself. Hope you find my blog one you would like to follow.
Laurie

Allyson Pecilunas said...

What a great idea!! I love fleur de lis! I just found your blog through Debbie's linky party, I am now your newest follower. Come check me out if you get a chance.

Noplacelikehomeally.blogspot.com

Peggy said...

These are so cute. I love Fleur de lis and chalk board paint. I definitely need to make some of these for our summer desk. Thanks for the inspiration. Peggy

Dee said...

Laurie,

Thanks! I’ll follow you too.

Dee

Dee said...

Allyson,

The fleur de lis is one of my favorite stamps.

I’d love to follow you too.

Dee

Dee said...

Peggy,

I’m so glad I inspired you. Have fun crafting.

Dee

Chalkboards said...

So informative idea. I love this chalkboards paint.

once in a blue moon said...

these are great looking~

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Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I like the little added bling.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I like the little added bling.

Sandy said...

I love you chalk paint pots... I'm your newest follower and would love to invite you over to visit and follow me when you get a chance. Have a creative week. xoso Sandy

D @ The Shady Porch said...

Nice tutorial with great pics! The end result...great! I love the chalkboard paint candle pots! I'd love to have you share them at my party!

D said...

These turned out very cool! I love the burlap thread around the pots, it looks fabulous!

BeBetsy - Smashingly Good Living said...

These are the best because you can change the design on the front - you can even leave a little message for someone - love it!

Thanks for sharing this on your #simplybebetsy gallery!

Sharon and Denise

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