They aren’t replanted yet, but today I wanted to show you how I saved a couple of old flower pots.
I have a couple of planters that have been around here for quite a while. I like the style of them, and I have repainted them several times over in order to get more life out of them.
|Click HERE to see how the dog made this a difficult project.|
Any how, after a while, they start looking too chipped and battered to just repaint with regular spray paint.
What to do? Textured spray paint, of course!
I used Krylon Make It Stone . Just put it on in several light coats and apply it a little more heavily in areas that are chipped. Easy! (By the way, I really recommend that you keep these in a covered area, like under a patio or on a porch. You harsh winter people may want to even bring them inside.)
Let it dry and then replant with your favorite fall annuals. (Get another season out of what you already have. Yay.) The end.