Updating clay pots with stencil and paint
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Today, I’m going to show you how easy it is to update clay pots with a dandelion stencil and paint. Over the years I have received some of the cutest pots from the kids but unfortunately the paint has faded or is completely gone so I decided to give them some updates! If you don’t have any clay pots you can find them at the 99 cent store!
Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Romance
Deco Art Americana Chalky Finish Paint, 8-Ounce, Carbon
Angle Trim Brush
Paint the pot, it took 2 coats for complete coverage, let dry completely.
Tape the stencil onto the pot. Using a stiff brush, dip the brush into the paint, dab any of the excess paint onto a paper plate. Next, lightly tap the stencil with your paint brush and remove until the pattern is completely covered with paint. After it has dried I covered the entire pot with a sealer.
This is so easy and such a fun way to update those pots!
If you missed the post on how I updated the plastic pots from the 99 cent store with the chalky paint you can find the tutorial right here.
Thanks so much for stopping in today!
Below is a handful of other projects I have completed using the chalky paint, so fun!
Vintage Armoire Transformation
Painted Gift Tags
DIY French Antique Basket
Disclosure: Special thanks to Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint. I received monetary compensation and/or product for sharing this project.
Your pots turned out so cute!
I want that dandelion stencil!!
They turned out so cute!! I love the change a little paint can make. 🙂
That stencil is so cute!
These are SO cute—I’m definitely going to try it! Aren’t the pots a steal at the Dollar Store? Love it!
So cute! The colors are fantastic and the stencil…LOVE it! ox
So cute Kristin! Gotta love paint!
Great idea Kristin and they look fantastic!
Those are adorable!!!
I enjoyed your plastic pots and clay pots renewed with paint and stencils.