Ombre Drip Flower Pots

2 Materials
$10
10 Minutes
Easy
See how easy it is to decorate plain, inexpensive flower pots for Spring. You can make several of these pots in just minutes!
You can easily make flower pots that are as pretty and colorful as the plants you put in them!
I used inexpensive terracotta pots and Martha Stewart multi purpose craft paints.
Just pour the craft paint onto the bottom edge of the pots and let gravity do the rest!
The paint colors will settle into each other without mixing and will create pretty organic lines along the sides of the pots.
Watch this video for a time lapse of the process.
Jessica Hill
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  • Jaymie Jaymie on Mar 16, 2019

    Will any kind of multipurpose paint work? How long does it take for the paint to dry?

  • Shelly Wainwright Shelly Wainwright on May 05, 2019

    Did you leave them natural or seal with anything after the pain dried?

  • Susan Lundquist Susan Lundquist on Aug 05, 2019

    Would regular house paint work? I have several large ugly pots that could benefit from this technique. Our landfill takes in partially used or unwanted cans of paint and then sells them for $1 gallon. If I can’t get my house’s coordinating colors, I can always tint tans or whites.

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  • Suzanne Suzanne on Aug 06, 2019

    Not a question but a suggestion. Since the post are very porous the paint prob wont stay for long unless you put a sealer in it. I would suggest a cement sealer on them first then do the pour after the sealer is dry.

  • Rhonda Rhonda on Sep 04, 2019

    You have to seal them I did this without sealing paint started to peal 2 weeks later

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