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Painted Clay Pot

So easy, a much prettier way to display my orchid, and not time consuming to do. All you need is a clay pot and saucer, small bottle of acrylic paint, sponge brush, and rub on decals.

Paint your pot and saucer with sponge brush and paint and let it dry good. If needed after it dries do a second coat. Rub on your decals and hot glue your ribbon to the rim. It is now ready to plant.

I bought all I needed from a craft store for not much money at all. These are even good gift ideas when giving a plant to someone.

Total Time: About 30 minutes

Yield: The paint would do about 4 or more pots

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January 12, 20170 found this helpful

Very Pretty !!

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