Check out this tutorial by Robin from LilyLane Decor and Design where she demonstrates how to make your own DIY, monogrammed flower pot with Country Chic Paint products!
- Clay or terracotta pot
- Stencil made out of card stock, or plastic
- Spray adhesive
- Country Chic Paint’s Texture Powder
- Two contrasting colours of Country Chic Paint
- Paint brush
- Container for mixing
- Spoon to mix
- Putty knife for spreading
- Plants and soil
- Country Chic Paint’s Crackle Medium (optional)
- Country Chic Paint’s Antiquing Wax or Glaze (optional)
Create or purchase a stencil in the design of your choice, if you have a craft cutter and want to use the same designs I’ve used, check out my etsy shop and use coupon code COUNTRYCHIC to get the monogram cutting files for free!
Mix Texture Powder and paint in approximately a 1:1 ratio in a resealable container until you have the consistency of toothpaste.
Spray the back of your stencil with spray adhesive. Allow it to dry until it’s slightly tacky and position on the pot.
Spread your Texture Powder/paint mix over the stencil with a putty knife.
Remove the stencil, smooth any overly peaked areas and allow to dry.
Sand if desired and paint pot with the same colour you mixed with texture powder earlier. Allow this to dry for about 1-2 hours.
Step 7) optional
Apply Crackle Medium if desired and allow it to dry for a few hours until it’s completely dry.
Paint your pot with a contrasting colour and allow it to dry.
Sand and distress – especially around the embossed area – to make the embossing stand out.
Step 10) optional
Apply Antiquing Wax or Glaze in your color of your choice to add extra depth and dimension to your project. Allow to dry.
Fill with your favourite plant and show it off!
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