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Floral Painted Terra Cotta Pots

This is a sponsored post for DecoArt for whom I am a Core Blogger. As always, all ideas and opinions are 100% my own.
floral-painted-terra-cotta-potsMy favorite outdoor activity during summer is gardening. I am addicted to pretty flowers so I am always on the hunt for new flower pots. Unfortunately they aren’t always affordable in the size and colors I want. But that is about to change with the help of DecoArt’s Patio Paints! Now I can purchase inexpensive terra cotta pots and decorate them any way I want, including florals that are so trendy right now.

patio-paintsFor this project you will need:

– Patio Paint in Coral Sunset
– Patio Paint in Blue Bahama
– Patio Paint in Citrus Green
– Patio Paint in Grey Skies
– 3 terra cotta pots in graduated sizes
– Assorted paintbrushes

painted-watercolor-flowersPaint florals on the two largest pots.

For floral inspiration I did a Google Image search for “watercolor flowers.”

If you haven’t experimented much with paintbrushes, you can practice your strokes on a paper towel. I am NOT a painter and just played around with different brushes to create the flowers on these pots. The Patio Paint has great coverage so you don’t need to do multiple coats for this project. For contrasting colors, you can mix the coral, blue, and green each with a little bit of the gray paint. Once your first coat of paint is dry, go back with the contrasting paint colors to add extra accents to the flowers.

watercolor-floral-potfloral-painted-potThese pots turned out so fun! And it took less than an hour to paint these two pots.

stacked-terra-cotta-potsAfter 72 hours the paint is cured so it’s time for my favorite part: filling the pots with flowers! To create the tiered look, place the smallest pot upside down inside the largest pot. Top with the medium sized pot. Then just add your flowers.

floral-painted-plantersNow my $4 spent in pots looks like a million bucks! I am so proud to show these pots off on my patio. And I can’t wait to paint more!


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Monday 21st of May 2018

Very pretty! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

Jann Olson

Monday 14th of May 2018

Very cute! Thanks for sharing with SYC. hugs, Jann

Mother of 3

Thursday 10th of May 2018

Those are beautiful and I've always wondered how to make tiered planters like that. Thanks for the tutorial. Pinned.

Jennifer Dawn

Wednesday 22nd of July 2015

These are gorgeous, and I love how you stacked them. Just wanted to let you know that this project is being featured at our weekly link party!


Friday 17th of July 2015

These are so cute! I love this idea and will definitely be trying it out!

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