Asked by: Khalilah Schmithuysenasked in category: General Last Updated: 21st January, 2020
Can I use Mod Podge on terracotta?
Start with clean clay pots. Use gloss Mod Podge for a shiney hard finish. Seal the inside of the pot as a final coat to prevent water seeping and cracking the design. Pick a paper napkin in any pattern you want, this technique will work to make any style or size pot.
Consequently, can you decoupage on terracotta?
You can use any size of terra cotta pot for this. If you plan on putting a plant into your pot, it must have a drainage hole at the bottom. It would be a good idea to pick up a matching saucer for it as well. You won’t be decoupaging the saucer, but you can paint the outside to match your pot.
Furthermore, is decoupage water resistant? It is HIGHLY water resistant. This means that if you want a decoupage item to sit on a covered porch where it is not exposed to weather 24 hours a day, you are fine using this formula by itself.
Subsequently, question is, how do you cover terracotta pots with fabric?
Cover the 1.5 inches of the inside edge of the pot with Mod Podge and pull the end of the fabric over the edge of the pot. Cover the bottom of the pot as well leaving a small opening for the water to drain from the hole. Cover the outside of the pot with Mod Podge and let dry.
What is Mod Podge?
Mod Podge is one of the most well known craft supplies in existence (you might recognize it from its retro label). But if you aren’t familiar with Mod Podge, it’s a decoupage medium — an all-in-one glue, sealer and finish used to attach paper and fabric to various surfaces.