Fast, Easy, DIY Antiquing Terracotta Pots

2 Materials
$20
10 Minutes
Easy

Spring to me is all about flowers, greenery, and pots. I love terracotta pots!!! I do love how they look when they have been painted and have good age to them. I have been faux aging my terracotta pots for some time now and thought I would share this super easy way to do it!


My favorite place to get the pots are at Walmart or Michael’s.



Materials

· Any kind of paint brush works

· White acrylic paint

· Paper towel

· Cup of water

· Newspaper of a large box to paint on



Below is my video


Find a container for your paint. I just used some old cardboard.

Add paint to your container

Have a cup of water for your brush.

To get the effect I did, you need to dip your brush into water, then into paint, then into the water again before you paint the pot.

Wipe dry with a towel

All done!

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Check out my video to see how I did it.

You just antiqued your pots all in seconds and your pots are instantly dry!!! This is definately one of my favorite DIY projects. I love a good ,fast DIY with such beautiful results! Also affordable!!! Budget Friendly Queen

Enjoy trying this DIY!!! It’s definately one you can get the kids involved in!

Thanks for stopping by :)

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  • Kathy T
    on Mar 26, 2020

    I am going to do this for our Easter table . I’m going to use smaller ones for individual place setting and then larger size for candles/ flowers

  • Lollie
    7 days ago

    This is easy peasy, and Iwill do this for me and my daughter...She has been so helpful and supportive during my recovery from a heart procedure. LOVE HER!!!

    Lollie

    • Eliscia
      7 days ago

      So happy your doing well after recovery! You girls will love this fun, easy, diy! 😇🙏👏

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