If you have old terra cottta pot with its imperfections, you can do something to add a new life. As you can see here that the owner tried to hide the imperfections by using some pencils! Alternatively, you can paint the pots.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – SassySanctuary
DIY Broken Pots Mini Garden
Do you have some broken terra cotta pots in your backyard? It is like breaking your heart seeing these broken pots every time. If you want to save them, a broken pot is a great to make a mini garden. Here, we have no tutorial with all steps, since the project depends on the broken pieces and it is about your vision. What you should do is to start placing the few things and arrange them as below.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TopBuy and DailyColours
Adorable Lighthouse DIY
The lighthouse here are so cute and adorable that you can make easily by stacking the pots upside down. After that, continue by adding a tea light on its top to create a real effect of a lighthouse. This project looks so beautiful to complete your patio or garden decor. It seems amazing if people talk about it during an evening barbecue.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DIYnCrafts
DIY Super Easy Nautical Pots
This project is so simple that even you can do this with teens and kids. Simply, embellish the pots by wrapping them. You will need some sisal rope. After that, it is up to you to keep it plain with the regular lines around or create a nice shape to give a decorative touch. This project is so effective and easy to create a new look
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BetterHomesAndGardens
DIY Wonderful Wonderland Crooked Tower
Don’t you think that the idea of this tower is wonderful? If you do not want to stack the pots to create a tidy look, it is better to go this way. You made a more complicated crooked look just like a tower and something that will remind you to Alice in Wonderland. It has a quirky effect to lean pots. Best of all, the paint job is so brilliant!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DIYShowOff
So Simple DIY Bird Feeder
This is all about using one terra cotta pot and two saucers. Once you have them, you can make DIY birdfeeer to invite your small nature to come to your home. This is a simple and quick project that you only have to hang a few of them to complete your garden.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheGarden-RoofCoop
Lovely Tranquil Water Fountain DIY
The fountains look so beautiful with its appealing look. The best part of this fountain is its visual element that can be a nice decorative piece to any home. The streaming water is so refreshing and calming when you are outdoors. If you have some perfect terra cotta planters, you can build this unique water fountain effortlessly.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Instructables
DIY Beautiful Plant Pot With Lantern
There is no rule to say that a terra cotta pot is about its functional design. Hiding a smaller pot with the larger one can be the best way to create a beautiful flower display and beautiful soft glow with the candle lantern to add a nice lighting in the backyard.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – FamilyChic
Lovely Bird Bath DIY
It is nice to have something in the garden that helps little lives so birds can come there to enjoy bathing. Big and solid is expensive, sometimes. But, this is a brilliant idea on how to stack some terra cotta pots and then top it with a saucer. After that, you can paint it. At first, we believe that you never have thought it was from terra cotta pots.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Tracy’sTrinkets&Treasures
DIY Adorable Clay Pot People
You can forget more about garden gnomes. In fact, these little figures are so adorable you can make from terra cotta pots. The little garden feature is so charming and whimsical to create a unique figure you want with clothing and faces. It is so much fun to add these things to your garden. You even can involve your kids to do this project.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – SodaHead
Simple Broken Terra Cotta Saucer Welcome Sign
Do you have broken terra cotta saucers? Well, you can turn the disaster into something new for its function. Here, the owner make it as a welcome sign. What you need is a permanent marker. It is good to have some paint to display anything and then hide the broken part.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Hometalk