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DIY Flecked Paint Planter

DIY Flecked Paint Planter
DIY Flecked Paint Planter
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This DIY Flecked Paint Planter is a unique way to upgrade your thrifty finds. This super simple craft gives your blank planters a new coat of paint by using a creative technique that results in fun, unique patterns every time. The painting technique in this tutorial can also be used to give other lackluster decorative items a makeover. You can customize which colors to use for your planters, making them completely your own. Try a monochromatic color palette to make your project modern, or paint the colors of the rainbow for a whimsical design. You decide!

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaint

Primary TechniqueGardening

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

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