DIY White And Gold Painted Terra Cotta Pots

DIY White And Gold Painted Terra Cotta Pots
We’ve already seen lots of creative DIYs with terra cotta pots, and today I’d like to continue the topic with this tutorial from pastelsandmacarons.com. The supplies are 3 terra cotta pots, gold spray paint, white spray paint, painters tape, dot stickers, 3 cacti, an old sheet or large piece of cardstock. Begin by spray painting... 
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How To Easily Age Terracotta Pots

How To Easily Age Terracotta Pots
Got some usual terra cotta pots that you want to spruce up a little? Here’s a way from thewhimsicalwife.com. the supplies are an unsealed terracotta pot & saucer, size of your choice, lime powder, a bowl, a spoon, a paint brush, water, water based paint of your choice, newspaper, 120 grit sandpaper, a plant of... 
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DIY Floral Decoupage Terra Cotta Planters

DIY Floral Decoupage Terra Cotta Planters
These incredibly beautiful pots are made using decoupage technique and amazing floral textiles, let’s have a look at this super fast and easy tutorial by placeofmytaste.com. The supplies are pretty decorative napkins, mod podge, a paintbrush, paint, scissors. First paint your pots and let the paint completely dry. While the paint was drying, cut out... 
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DIY Colorful Stenciled Flower Pots

DIY Colorful Stenciled Flower Pots
Give a new life to boring terra cotta pots stenciling them fast and easily! For this project from littleredwindow.com you’ll need terracotta flower pots, outdoor craft paint, contact paper or vinyl, a craft knife or silhouette cutting machine. Give each pot two coats of the outdoor craft paint. Even if your plants will live inside,... 
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Shabby DIY Whitewashed Terra Cotta Pots

Shabby DIY Whitewashed Terra Cotta Pots
Remember we told you about terra cotta pot décor? Today we’d like to share a project from tidbits-cami.com, it’s whitewashing of terra cotta pots. The supplies are terra cotta pots, a bristle paint brush, a surface protector, paper towels, white paint. Water your white paint down just a bit, so it is runny enough to... 
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