KORAD Cristal Indoor Flower Pot Covers without Drainage Holes. Round, Plastic Plant Pots Container for all Houseplants. 9 Modern Colours and 7 Sizes (12 cm - 4.7 inches, Black)

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KORAD Cristal Indoor Flower Pot Covers without Drainage Holes. Round, Plastic Plant Pots Container for all Houseplants. 9 Modern Colours and 7 Sizes (12 cm - 4.7 inches, Black)

KORAD Cristal Indoor Flower Pot Covers without Drainage Holes. Round, Plastic Plant Pots Container for all Houseplants. 9 Modern Colours and 7 Sizes (12 cm - 4.7 inches, Black)

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Before you start painting the pot, give it a clean – either with soap and water or some alcohol/nail varnish remover to ensure it is completely free from dirt and make sure the planter is completely dry before you begin painting,’ says Holly Jones from Garden Street. Although spray painting is arguably much easier than painting with paintbrushes and acrylic paint, it’s also a much dirtier and dangerous process. That’s why it’s always a good idea to protect the area around you - and protect yourself, too. If you can, move yourself rather than the pot to finish this step. By keeping the handling of a pot to a minimum, you can reduce the chances of fingerprints or smudges. Of course, you might have to spray a few coats of spray paint to get your desired effect - but this is a personal choice. And when it comes to spray painting a pot, it’s best to work in sections to ensure that you don’t ruin your work in the process. So, start by spraying the bottom of the pot. When you have this rough surface, brush away any loose debris or give it another dunk in warm, soapy water to ensure you don’t paint over any dirt particles. For extra peace of mind, you could even apply primer paint before painting the plant pot in your desired. 3. Paint the pots

Flower pots should not only be comfortable but also beautiful. You can choose any model according to your budget and personal tastes. But there are times when you want to refresh plastic garden pots and are looking for optimal solutions. Come up with creative designs and authentic styling to redesign your flower planter and freshen up the exterior. Many gardeners add decor to the yard or garden, flower pots should also be in harmony with the overall style. You can do this by turning it upside down on the floor and then spraying the bottom there and then. This shouldn’t take long, but it’s important that you wait for it to dry before continuing with the next step. 4. Spray the rest of the pot You then need to find the perfect spraying spot. Ideally, head outside and place some floor protection on the grass. But if you have a small garden or you don’t have a garden at all, opt for the largest room in your house and open up all of the windows around you. Then, place your protection on the floor and cover up any nearby furnishings with some old sheets. 3. Spray the bottom of the pot Like crocheting? Then make a cover for your pot with your skills! 12. Paint Drip Flower Pots craftymorning Relive your old memories by pasting old photographs on your pots to give them a personalized look. 15. Make a Pot Plant Weave texnotropies

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Gift your friends beautiful houseplants with pots wrapped in twigs! Learn the steps here. 20. Fairy House Planter littlethings This easy-to-make pot spiral cover takes less time and looks super gorgeous. 17. Lamb and Bunny Cover Patterns gathered

Using different fabric patterns and a plastic liner, you can make these smart covers for your pots. 5. Knit Planter Cover diys No matter whether you’re painting a plastic plant pot with acrylic paint or spray paint, much of the prep is the same. Of course, this may be a time-consuming process. 'Keep in mind it may require several layers to get a good coverage. Remember to allow for each coat to dry properly before applying the next,' says EmmaBestley, Co-founder & Creative Director for YesColours Covering plant and flower planters is easy; you need simple tools and imagination. Indoor pots are easier to cover and outdoor pots are more difficult because you need to protect the surface from temperature extremes. It is also important to consider exposure to sunlight so that the surface of a planter with a new design or paint does not fade. There are many ready-made ideas for decorating flower pots. It is important to consider the material of the pot, its shape and size. Remove the flower before covering so as not to damage it. After finishing the coating and drying the top coat, you can return the plant to the planter. Inexpensive pot cover ideas This amazing DIY will give your garden a vintage vibe. All you need are mini wood pallets and a few other essentials. 24. Seashell Pot Cover billabongUtilize your leisure time creatively by making a mosaic pebble cover for your planters like this. 23. Mini Wood Pallet Cover makethebestofthings Storage & organisation Furniture Textiles Kitchenware & tableware Kitchens Lighting Decoration Rugs, mats & flooring Beds & mattresses Baby & children Smart home Bathroom products Laundry & cleaning Plants & plant pots Home electronics Home improvement Outdoor living Food & beverages Christmas Shop Shop by room The final step is where you can really let your creativity shine. As long as you’ve chosen acrylic paint or paints, you can go wild with your design. The second option is painting your plastic plant pots with spray paint. And while this will take you no time at all, there are some safety precautions you need to consider before starting. What you’ll need

This fun project is great for making your pots colorful with acrylic paint, clay flower pot, and cardboard. 13. DIY Shell Planter sandandsisal Whether you have old plant pots lying around or if you’ve bought some online or from the garden centre, this first step is essential if you want to successfully paint a plastic plant pot. The combination of navy blue and white makes this one quite charming to look at. 3. Decorate a Flower Pot with Foil inmyownstyleThe best and easiest way to paint plastic plant pots is to use spray paint. By using this method, you could paint your plastic plant pots in a matter of minutes. However, this method is more dangerous than the alternative - and should ideally be done outside. The adorable lamb and bunny crochet pot covers will be a great addition to the kid’s room. 18. Woven Hanging Planter Basket diynetwork



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