After reading on a few blogs about using Mod Podge as a transfer medium, I wanted to try my hand at it on a few terra cotta flower pots. I scrounged around and found some in our barn. First, I whitewashed them all with a little watered down white paint, and splotched on some light gray paint around the bottom with a paper towel. I laid one of them on a kitchen towel and held it in place with a couple plastic cooking spoons so that it wouldn't roll away from me. I took a French typography graphic that I downloaded from Karen's sweet site, darkened it a wee bit in Picnik and flipped it horizontally before printing it. I cut out the graphic so I wouldn't have so much paper to deal with.
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How to Paint Terracotta Pots
How to Paint New Terracotta Pots (with Pictures) - wikiHow
Rolling Container Dolly Heavy potted plants are easily moved with a homemade dolly. Begin by finding a flat stone that is large enough to hold the pot. Stain the plywood to match the stone's color, and attach four casters to the bottom. Set the stone on the plywood and the pot on the stone. Hold the pot when moving to avoid tipping. A layer of small, round pebbles arranged over the soil's surface looks as neat and tidy as a Japanese garden and helps keep the ground beneath it moist and shady, which is just the way most houseplants like it.
Terra Cotta Spray Paint
Outdoor decorations Welcome your guests to your home no matter the season with these fun front door flower pot ideas! You can show off your aesthetic to anyone who passes by. Whether you want a colorful, whimsical decoration that appeals to families, a rustic country display, or a more chic flower pot decoration, the list below has you covered.
I choose acrylic paint this time and, in terms of colors, I ended up using only white! I initially thought that I would need a second color brown or grey to add more depth and create texture on the pots, but that was not the case. You basically dip the tip of your brush into paint and you dab away the excess until you have removed almost all the paint from the brush.