Spring is such a beautiful time of year. Everything comes to life in the most colorful ways! Flowers and plants are one of the most loved signs of spring, and I felt it would be wrong not to add a little greenery to my desk at work. After making a trip to my local nursery, I found the perfect plants for the job. The only thing missing was a beautiful home for them to thrive. These copper-dipped planters were super simple to make, and they really add the bold punch of color I was looking for!.
Copper-Dipped Planter DIY
What you’ll need
- terra cotta pots
- acrylic paint
- acrylic metallic paint
- sponge brushes
- painter’s tape
1. First, tape off the rim around your pot with painter’s tape. The tape that I used measured 1.5 inches, and worked well with 3 inch pots.
2. Next, paint the base of your pot with acrylic paint. Let it dry for a few minutes.
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