Cut enough fabric that will wrap fully around your pot with a little overlap. Don’t forget to lave extra room to fold it over the top and bottom (at least 2″ on both sides). If you use too large of a piece of fabric, don’t worry…you can trim it down as you need to while you’re wrapping the pot.
Option with more fabric than you’ll need…I trimmed down lots of excess fabric on this version.
Option with less fabric…I trimmed off less fabric on this one. Both work. 🙂
Heavily coat a section of the pot with Mod Podge and begin to stick the start of your fabric to the pot with your hands. Continue this step all the way around until the side fabric is fully adhered. The fabric works better the wetter it is, so be generous with that Podge.
Next, coat the extra fabric at the bottom of the pot and fold down, flattening the fabric. Add one more coat of Podge to the finished sides for security.
Next, cut slits in your fabric around the top, and fold the fabric over the top and coat with Podge.
Coat your entire pot top to bottom once more with a thin coat of the Podge to ensure durability, and let it dry. Once dry it will have a hard, solid feel, and the Podge will be clear.
That’s it! These DIY fabric wrapped pots are best for indoor use…the glue could wash off over time of left outside.