Flowerpot Utensil Holders

These sweet terra-cotta pots are transformed into utensil holders, perfect for entertaining.

Transform Flowerpots

Turn ordinary garden pots into tableware for your backyard party.

Round Up Your Supplies

The supplies for this craft were found at my local garden center and craft supply store.

Create the Labels

With your chalkboard pen, write out the names of your utensils on the chalkboard labels. Set them aside to dry. Don't worry, if you make a mistake you can erase this pen with a little bit of water and start over. The stickers are reusable too!

Tie the Knot

With the gardening twine, wrap it around the upper lip of the terra-cotta pot and tie it on with a knot. Be sure to keep at least 8 inches of twine hanging from the tied knot. You will need this to adhere the vase.

Uncork the Bottles

Remove the corks from the miniature bottles. These will become our vases.

Add the Vase

Wrap the twine around the neck of your miniature bottle and tie a bow. Add water to the little bottle.

Gather Tiny Blooms

Take a trip around your garden, and gather delicate tiny blooms for your miniature vases.

A Miniature Flower Bouquet

Add the flowers to the miniature vase.

Label It

Apply the chalkboard paint sticker to the flower pot and fill them with utensils of your choice.

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