After my painted planter round-up, I knew it was only a matter of time before I took on the project for myself.
Time: 1 hour, including dry time
Materials: clay planter, paint, pva, glitter, brush, plant
1. Start by painting the inside of your planter. You don’t need to paint the entire inside, just the top half and a bit of the lip since the plant will take up most of the space.
2. Once dry, move to the outside.
3. If you want to add glitter (it’s not as tacky as you would think!), make sure the outside paint is dry, otherwise it will stick where you don’t want it. Since PVA dries quickly, divide the rim in segments, brushing on the glue/glitter as you go.
4. Wipe of any extra glitter, pot your plant, and you’re done!