Another Pinterst Inspired Project.
You can see my pin for the original project here.
And here is what I made!!
Clay pots, 3 sizes (you could use plastic containers too)
Vinyl numbers (I used my Silhouette Cameo to make these)
Spray paint (2 or three colors, your choice. I needed 2 cans of the red and 1 can of yellow)
1 can LeakSeal (see image below)
Bricks (I used 5 total)
Soil & plants
LET’S GET STARTED!
Lightly clean off the clay pots first.
Then, in a designated area, get started painting (whoop! whoop!)
I did this a little backwards but you may want to seal your pots (optional). If you do decide to seal them, do it before spray pairing them. I didn’t do it first and had to do paint touch up!
I added house numbers to my pots (this is completely optional). I used my cameo machine to do the numbers. And I decided to add the word “Welcome” to the center pot too. It ended up being a crooked “welcome” but I still like the way it turned out.
That was pretty much the most time consuming part of this project! Honest, this project was a snap and SO fun to make.
Now I added the bricks & soil to the bottom pot.
This is what will hold your pots up high and create the stacking effect. So cool & so easy!
I added petunias and daisies for flowers, I liked the purple ones the best. Great pop for against the red and yellow pots!
I made two sets for my mom for Mother’s day. One for each side of her driveway.
She loved the look and how they added color to her entrance. What do you think?