Painting plain flower pots is a fun way to add an extra touch to your space. They make for great gifts and can easily be done by all ages.
What you’ll need
Cup of water
Paper towels (for clean-up)
Plants (flowers or succulents)
What to do
Prep the terra-cotta pot by cleaning it. Making sure there is no dust or anything else on it.
Paint the pot using an outdoor paint. I used DecoArt patio paint that I found at a local craft store. A simple acrylic paint will work, as well. The ideas are endless of what could be painted on the pot. Simple patterns of dots and lines work great. Want something a little bit more creative? Purchase templates or freehand a piece of one-of-a-kind art onto the pot.
Allow the paint to dry completely.
When the pot is dry it is time to seal it. I used Clay Pot Sealer spray that I found at another local craft store. A clear acrylic spray would work, as well.
Once the pot is completely dry, add flowers or succulents to finish off the look.