Were you one of many that were desperate for a Pony? Well, now you can fulfill your dreams with the cutest little horses on the block.
There is no maintenance and they are pretty as a picture! We’re talking about these adorable Clay Pot Horses and the great news is that you can make your very own for your home.
They do take some extra care and time but we’re sure that you will agree, they are worth the effort.
The above Clay Pot Horses were made by Stephanie Butler. She is from Illinois and these are her creations.
What a great job! As you can see from the above Photo, the basic frame of the Horse is made using a combination of Mini and Large Clay Pots. This is dependant on the size you make.
How To Make Clay Pot Horses
When it comes to making these cute Horses, Stephanie had this to say about her project.
“You will need 16- 4″ legs, 2 – 10″ body, 2- 8″ azalea pots for neck, 1 – 8″ regular pot for the face”.
“ALL pots are glued together with JB Weld. We tried lots of other glues but nothing held especially when watering the plants.
For the horse’s tails, I used twine, dyed to the color of the horse”.
– Stephanie Butler
Clay Pot Garden Horses Instructions
Michelle Mohler is the creative face behind these adorable horses and the original idea. She has come up with her own set of instructions that are incredibly detailed and easy to follow.
As a successful artist, she has lots of wonderful clay pot projects on her Facebook page. We particularly love the Clay Pot Sheep and Pigs. Be sure to check them out while you’re there.
This Clay Pot Horse is via Midwest Living. This is Francois and he has Mexican Feathergrass for his mane.
It just shows all the ways that you can personalize your Horse.
We have also included a link to another very popular post. You will love to check out more Clay Pot Critters including the cute Elephant and Zebra in the Photo above.