DIY Japanese Washi Clay Pot

This Japanese Washi Clay Pot is a sponsored post on behalf of U-CAN. I was sent samples of BiriBiri products to review and was compensated for my time to write this post. All opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

Do you like Japanese Art and all their amazing crafty stuff? I LOVE it. I used to have lots of decorations with Japanese art. My mom is no different. She has a whole shelving with all the Japanese and Oriental decorations she has brought from her trips. Because she loves it so much and because Mother’s day is approaching, I thought it would be a cute idea to make a Flower Pot using Japanese Washi to decorate it. What do you think about this Japanese washi clay pot? I love how it turned out.

DIY Japanese Washi Clay Pot

DIY Japanese Washi Clay Pot

We are also fan of Bamboo plant. We just love them. They are pretty and they are known as protectors from bad vibes too. So I always have one on my desk. I wanted to give my mom some for her so she can have them on her desk.

In my opinion Japan is an awesome craft resource. They are so creative and have the most clever supplies ever. Mom lived in Rusia {in an island close to Japan} for a few years and she went several times to Japan and did some serious shoping… Seriously!!! She got me so many awesome things and I so wished this BiriBiri technique was live by that time.

Then I went to Oman {Middle East} with them and most stores there were Japanese. Weird, I know! So I got the chance to buy lots of crafty stuff myself. I definitely have a thing for Japanese crafts!


Want to know how to make this cute Japanese Washi Clay Pot???

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Till Next time!


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5 Comments on " DIY Japanese Washi Clay Pot "

  1. Camila

    This is such a cool project! I’m going to have to try this :)

  2. Camila

    So cute! I love how this project can be tailored for so many different decor! Love it!

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