Emma's Garden Flower Pot Instructions Designed by Cheri Carlson
The neutral color palette of this adorable flower pot will certainly enhance the natural beauty growing inside. Whether you choose to make one for yourself or surprise your favorite green thumb, the finished product is sure to delight for years to come.
You can choose to use a brand new flower pot from your favorite garden supply store or one already in your collection.
Step 1: Using nylon jaw pliers, bend the wings of the antique brass dragonfly pendant so that it conforms to the curve of the flower pot. Apply a coat of E-6000 permanent adhesive to the backside of the pendant. Let dry. This helps to fill in some of the more uneven places on the back of the pendant as well as keep all the glue from seeping into the pores of the pot. Apply a second coat of adhesive, and attach the pendant to the pot.
Step 2: Attach the topaz opal and foiled topaz cabochons to the flower pot using Gem-Tac adhesive. Make sure you alternate the colors and space them evenly along the top edge of the flower pot. The number of cabochons you will need may differ, depending on the size of your flower pot.
Approximate size: The pot is three inches tall Estimated time: Less that one hour Difficulty level: Beginner