I am so excited to share my latest farmhouse-inspired craft.  Because, there can’t possibly ever be too many of those, right?? 😉

Add farmhouse style to your home with these DIY decoupage pots. An easy DIY craft to add fixer upper style!

I am totally in love with how they turned out!

I had been in search of a farmhouse pot I could keep fresh greenery in all year round.  It’s hard to find something that isn’t crazy expensive, right??

I dreamed up these beauties and the finished project actually came out EXACTLY how I had envisioned.

Head on over to Making it in the Mountains to check out the full tutorial!

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I love how the overflowing green stems match perfectly with the decoupaged paper.

You guys, I had never decoupaged anything before and I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was.  Best part, you can use whatever paper you want, and the pot can be completely unique to you.

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They look so so pretty sitting atop my farmhouse shelves in the dining room.  It’s the perfect touch of greenery for the space.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Remember to pop over to Making it in the Mountains to check out the whole DIY!  Oh, and check out Kristi’s blog too because she’s so sweet and so talented!!

Wishing you a joyful day!

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10 Comments

  1. Kendra @ www.joyinourhome.com

    So pretty, Sarah!! And do exciting that you’re sharing it at Making It In the Mountains! Love following you both! xo

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    • Sarah @ Making Joy and Pretty Things

      Kendra!! Thank you so much for visiting my little blog. I’m still pinching myself that I have such an amazing opportunity over on Making it in the Mountains. Kristi has been such a great help with all my newbie blogger questions and being such a positive support. I love following you, too!!

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  2. alina

    That looks absolutely fantastic! To buy something like this can really cost a lot especially when you have a couple of flower pots and you want to match them all up. Nice project to do outside in the garden while my toddler plays with the sand, thanks for sharing!

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    • Sarah @ Making Joy and Pretty Things

      Thank you SO much, Alina! That’s exactly when I made these, during play and nap time. Gotta be creative with those kiddos, eh? 🙂

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  3. colette @ restyle it wright

    This is a sweet DIY. I’m all about decoupaging as a fun way to bring texture and design to something otherwise ordinary! Congrats on your guest posting 🙂

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    • Sarah @ Making Joy and Pretty Things

      Thanks, Colette!! I’m still pinching myself that I get such a great opportunity. I had never decoupaged before, but, I’m hooked!

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  4. Lora

    They are lovely!! Heading over to see the tutorial…

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  5. Edye

    What a beautiful diy! I love the minimalistic look of it 🙂

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