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DIY Dollar Tree Valentine's Clay Pot Floral Design

 Hi everyone! 

I took a quick trip to my local Dollar Tree, and I was so excited to find a few items to create this really cute craft. I created two Valentine clay pot floral pieces. This DIY project is super easy and does not take a lot of time.  And most of my materials were purchased at my local Dollar tree.  The rest of the materials I had on hand.  I purchased the pots, foam roses, and floral foam. This craft was around four dollars. 

Materials needed

- One pack of the clay pots

It comes with two


I used white, and pink

One pack of pink foam roses

White faux flower- Optional


Hot glue

Floral foam piece

A pack of lace hearts or something similar 

First, take your clay pots and apply a layer of white paint around, and on the top of your clay pots. 

Allow the first layer to dry, and after applying a mixture of the white and pink paint for your second layer. Set your pots aside, and allow them to completely dry.

Next, take your clay pots and twine. Using some hot glue, apply some glue around the top section under the lip of your pot. After, applying some glue, add your twine on top, and go around the top section. 

Repeat this step, and apply a second layer of twine to the top section of your pot. You will do this for both pots. 

 Next, take your lace hearts, and apply some hot glue onto the back side of the hearts.  Add it to the front side of your pots.

Now you are ready to work with the floral foam piece. I ended up cutting my floral foam in half and shaving parts of it down. I did this to create a better fit for when I placed it into the clay pots. You want your foam to sit at the top of your pot. 

You are now ready to add your cut foam pieces. Gently press it down. It should feel a little snug when you press it down, and you should still be able to see it. 

Take your foam roses, and add them using your hot glue. Apply a small amount of glue, and press them gently down onto your foam piece. 

Once you have down this if you have any white flowers you can add them in between your foam roses. 

You're all done! These pots look wonderful displayed on a tray, entry table, or even a coffee table. 

Let me know if you decide to create your very own. 

Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  1. Hi Stephanie, your little sweet clay pots turned out just adorable! Thank you for sharing with us at the TFT party. I’m featuring you this week! Congratulations!

    1. Theresa, thank you so much! I'll be sure to add a featured button. I hope you have a wonderful week.

  2. Very pretty! Thanks so much for linking up at A Themed Linkup 95 for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day. Pinned.

  3. CONGRATS Stephanie! Your post is FEATURED at A Themed Linkup 96 for Handcrafted Jewelry from the previous linkup for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day.

  4. SO sweet! What lovely little gifts these will make :-)

    1. Thank you. πŸ™‚ I really enjoyed creating this craft.

  5. Stephanie,
    So cute, Congratulations, you are being featured on TFT.


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