Maximum Living Birch Bark Flower Pot
Bark wrapping has never been so easy. By taking a normal terra cotta pot and adding a little bark you can change your theme from ordinary to extraordinary!
Thin sheet of bark, I like to use birch
Terra Cotta Pot
Break bark into large pieces creating jagged edges, using floral sheers cut enough thin strips of bark to cover the raised rim of the pot.
Apply hot glue to the back of the bark and press the bark onto the pot. Start with the area just below the raised rim, hold in place for 5-10 seconds. Continue this process by overlapping the pieces on the edges to add depth and dimension.
Once pot is completely covered with bark, glue the thin strips of bark to the raised rim making sure to cover both the top edge and just inside the rim.
If you want to create other shapes, this same process will glass cylinders, rectangles and square vases too!
You can do it!