Spring Decor: Stamped Mini Pots

Hi friends! Can you believe it’s almost March? Where did February go? Father time made this whole month disappear and I barely even knew it! As we inch closer and closer into the spring months, it’s starting to FEEL like spring. I’m seeing glimpses of SPRING everywhere I turn and it has me feeling inspired! At Target today, they had tons of cute gardening stuff in their $1 bins (check it out!) and my husband is already putting in his requests for what veggies we should plant this year. I’m getting pretty excited! With spring on the brain I decided to play around a little and I came up with these cuties to add to my spring decor.

Spring Decor! Stamped Mini Potted Plants via Making Home Base #spring

I was inspired by Jaime at Crafty Scrappy Happy. The alphabet stamp is totally her signature and I love it! When I saw one on Pick Your Plum a few weeks ago I had to snag it and try it out.

I absolutely love this project. It’s rustic, it’s light, and it’s simple!

Here’s the scoop on how I made them:


Mini Terra Cotta pots (I got mine from Michaels)

White Spray Paint

Alphabet Stamp set


Cotton Balls

Paper Flowers (found in the dollar bin at Michaels)

Glue gun

Spring Decor! Stamped Mini Potted Plants via Making Home Base #spring

First, I sprayed my terra cotta pots white and stamped each one with spring inspired wording.

Then, I hot glued the cotton ball inside the pot, and hot glued my twig (standing upright) to the cotton ball.

I also hot glued the paper flower to the tip of the twig, and glued broken up twigs to cover the cotton ball.

And bam – a set of sweet little Stamped Mini Pots.

Spring Decor! Stamped Mini Potted Plants via Making Home Base #spring

For fun, I added two flowers to one of them.

Spring Decor! Stamped Mini Potted Plants via Making Home Base #spring

I think they turned out so pretty. Very SPRING and so lovely. Are you itching for spring yet? What spring projects do you have in the works?

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  1. Yes, these are so pretty and you show how they are a cinch to make. I’m going to look for items to use for these. Thank you.

  2. Ahhh! These are so cute, Chelsea! The stamping adds such a cute touch. And I love the idea of the cotton ball to hold things in place!

  3. Love these! Miniature flowerpots are so fun to craft with! And your color scheme is so sweet!

  4. Such a sweet project!! I found you at the 36th Avenue. Your blog is delightful. Thanks for stopping by my place when you have a chance. ~ Blessings, Tracey

  5. I am in love with this project sweet friend! I stopped by earlier this week to tell you I loved it and I see that my comment isn’t showing up… hummm! Anyways I LOVE it! :o) so so so cute!!! Thanks for sharing, I just pinned!

  6. What a sweet little project! It caught my eye over at the Tatertots & Jello Weekend Wrap-Up Party. Thanks for the creative inspiration.

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  8. These are so sweet – I can see them being used as placecards! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven.

  9. These are so cute and I just purchased that same stamp set! I’m so glad to find a spring project to use them with. Thanks for the great idea!

  10. So fun and springy and I love all things stamped! Thanks for linking up to our party!

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