Are you looking for a little spring inspiration? I am excited to show you how to make DIY spring flower pots today.
These are beautiful and so easy to make in just a few simple steps.
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This time of year you can find terra cotta pots at most stores, even the dollar store.
I applied two coats of paint to my pots. Using chalk paint will give you full coverage and you will need less coats.
Be sure to allow the paint to dry in between coats.
There are so many possibilities of paint combinations and looks. You can chippy your pot with a little white or green paint to give it that aged look.
You can mix two colors of paint to, we used two different green colors.
You will want to find a fun pattern to use on your pots. You can use napkins or scrapbook paper. Just be sure to use something that has a pattern you can cut out.
Be sure to cut as close as you can to the edge of your designs. You can even use a napkin! just pull off the one ply without design on it.
Apply a layer of Mod Podge to the pot, this will dry clear so don’t worry about the look of the glue. Next apply your design to the pot, then seal with another layer of Mod Podge.
Be sure to smooth out as many wrinkles as you can. Add as many designs as you like to your pot until you have your desired look.
If you want to seal your pot be sure to use a water-based sealer such as Minwax Polycrylic. I use this when I seal pretty much anything, this works great on white because it doesn’t leave a yellow tint.
Be sure to let it dry completely then you can add your real or faux plants and style your space. We hope you enjoyed this fun DIY Spring Flowers Pots tutorial.
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