Sisal Rope Wrapped Pot #SpringIsCalling

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This month, Lowes challenged their creative team to add a “POP OF COLOR” to an area of their home. I got to work on my {boring} front porch and just by adding some fun pillows to my bench and a decorative potted plant, I was very pleased with the results. Take a look:

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I bought the pillows at Lowes in the outdoor/patio section, and the sisal rope wrapped pot took about 30 minutes to create. Here is how:

rope_covered_pot_2I had a 14″ terra cotta pot and I used an entire roll of rope- 100ft x 1/4in. I BARELY had enough rope, in fact there are some places you can still see the terra cotta. I like the way it turned out, but if you want it completely covered, you might want to buy 2 rolls or get a smaller pot.

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Heat up you glue gun.
  2. Starting at the top of the pot, add a generous amount of glue and press the rope firmly on the glue.
  3. Begin wrapping the pot with the rope by circling around in straight rows, adding glue every couple inches. Press the rope firmly on top of the glue and hold it just long enough to dry.

And that’s it! EASY!!!

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HERE ARE LINK TO THE PRODUCTS I USED FROM LOWES :

Pillows . . . . . Terra Cotta Pot . . . . . Sisal Rope (there are many different lengths and thicknesses available)

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Comments

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    LOVE the before and after pics!! Thanks for sharing!

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