Hi Everyone! It’s Angela from Number Fifty-Three and I am so happy to finally be able to share this painted terracotta pot spring-inspired project with you all! It seemed like winter would never end here in the northeast, and while we do still have some snow on the ground, the days are getting longer and the temperatures are getting (a little bit) warmer!
This painted terracotta pot project is so fast and easy that I completely expect to find myself creating more and more of these as summer approaches.
Here’s all you need: Gold spray paint, terracotta pot, very fine sandpaper, a plant of your choosing.
Simply spray paint the pot inside and out. All mine needed was one coat plus touch ups.
When completely dry use the sandpaper to distress to your desired amount of wear.
Lastly, add in your favorite plant. I just couldn’t resist these gorgeous spring bulbs as my local garden store.
Wasn’t this the simplest project ever? I love how it completely dresses up those ordinary, inexpensive terracotta pots you find everywhere. This is totally my less expensive/less messy/less time consuming take on gold leafing pots, by the way!
And, it brings just a bit of color and warmth to my otherwise neutral entryway.
I’d love to have you all stop by Number Fifty-Three to say hello and check out some other spring touches I have added to my home.
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