Hey- hey there! Today is a cutie but quickie. I am sharing a mini terra cotta pots table top party decor idea. I actually bought these cute napkins last year at the Dollar tree. I never did wind up doing anything with them. I loved the vibrant colors with the vintage appeal to them. I just so happened to have some mini terra cotta pots around that I picked up from the dollar tree as well. They come in a three pack as well as the super mini ones. So on a whim of creative energy I got out my supplies.
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and my sponge brush.
I have already shared how to mod podge on glass here. Just the same as with those projects, the same technique applies. Working with napkins is a bit more challenging though I will say. I keep the two ply together because napkins are much thinner and can tear easily.
Layer as much as you like and smooth out with your finger as you go along to get out the wrinkles. I don’t mind too much the wrinkles on these little guys. Because of the vintage napkins it gives it more of the rustic old look.
I think these would be darling on your holiday table for any occasion.
I love jazzing up terra cotta pots.
Here are some more I have done in the past.
Painting and stenciling on Terra cotta
Country french terra cotta pots
Staining terra cotta with rit dye
Did you happen to catch the round up of Dollar tree gardening pot ideas I shared a few weeks ago?
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Those are really cute!
Love this. They are so cute and look fairly easy. Definitely going to try this one.
Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces
This is a fun project, Debbie! I have quite a few napkin packs I bought to use in projects…might have to make some of these! Thanks for sharing!
I absolutely LOVE the pots you did with RIT dye! Super-cute!! I will be picking up some RIT dye and pots soon to do this too. Thanks!!
Love all your ideas, very creative. Keep all the things coming. Have a blessed day