Spray Painted and Glazed Concrete Planters

Sick of looking at this ugly, grey concrete and finally got around to giving them some life!

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  • Dominique Martin
    on Apr 21, 2016

    Spray Painted Glazed Planters - love those planters! "Inherited" some that started crumbling. Trying to repair or find new ones. Where did you get yours?

    • Brayjo12
      on Mar 17, 2017

      I have some 10 years old in very cold & snowy MN. Yes they are crumbling but every Spring I spray them and they look like new.. I've pounded a stake in the middle that goes down into the soil so that can't be tipped over by rambunctious dogs on their walks. Year round plants hide the stakes and they're quite attractive. It's become a family joke to see how many seasons they will last.

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  • Donna
    on Feb 20, 2016

    Love the color. You could also go one step further and lightly sand it in various spots to give it a "distressed" finish if you like that look.

  • Carol darden
    on Sep 28, 2016

    Beautiful. Love the color!

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