Painted Pots

Tired of those orange clay pots? Buy some acrylic paints and give them some color. Add a plant, and you can use them in-doors or out, plus have the enjoyment of a hobby. I did not take classes, just start experimenting, its fun and creative.

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By tpenman from Santa Barbara, CA

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September 3, 20090 found this helpful

Wow. Looks great!

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September 3, 20090 found this helpful

You must be a natural born artist. I know mine would never look like that, but it would be fun to try. ;)

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September 3, 20090 found this helpful

Very professional! You are a natural!

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September 4, 20090 found this helpful

Beautiful painting, I have a question: How does, or does, the paint affect when you water the plants, does it cut down because the paint keeps moisture in?

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September 4, 20090 found this helpful

Beautiful pots. You have a wonderful talent. God bless your hands. Thanking you for sharing

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September 4, 20090 found this helpful

Wow! You're quite talented! I'll give your idea a try but mine will be simple doodles ;-)

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September 7, 20090 found this helpful

I took lessons mine doesn't look this good. Beautiful,Well done.

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April 6, 20180 found this helpful

I really like how it turned out, its beautiful

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September 2, 2009

Painted Pots

Some old and a couple new Terra Cotta pots. One day I didn't have much to do so, for a craft and make my pots look good, I put on some paint to dress up my outdoor plants and, since then, moved them to my porch ledge. It was a fun idea and Terra Cotta pots are cheap. I used outdoor craft paint, and 2 coats of outdoor craft varnish.

By Sherry Hampton

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Painted Pots

How lovely! I'm in the midst of trying to get things organized for planting in the next week to 10 days, but the weather in MI isn't cooperating. The pots would look nice on your kitchen window sill, too, for growing herbs in winter. Thanks for sharing, Terry. (05/15/2009)

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