As I mentioned last week in my DIY Christmas Wood Sign post that I have joined Deck The Home Blog Hop which includes myself and 25 bloggers to create amazing Christmas projects for you guys.
Every week there is a theme and this week the theme is Outdoor Decor.
As much as I love the traditional Christmas colors I am more of loud, bright and colorful type of gal. I need to add pops of color in my home decor space which is what I did with these Faux Topiary Pots I got from the 99 cent store only.
Christmas doesn’t mean it has to be all about reds, green and whites it can be more than that which is what I decided to do today.
These pots are surely going to make your Outdoor Decor space cheery and merry if I say so myself.
Materials Needed for this Project
DecoArt Texture Paint
I bought two of these Faux Topiary Pots from the 99 cent store only store.
First I painted the bottom half of pot the in this beautiful Coral color.
Then I painted on the Texture paints.
To create the gorgeous textured look you need to use palette knives for this type of paint.
I have also used these paints to transform my Ikea Ivar Cabinets into a Buffet Table. You can read all about it in my Bright and Bold Dining Room Makeover post.
I started off with the Rose Gold Textured paint and went around the entire pot.
Then I layered on this gorgeous Plum color.
The final two colors I chose were blue and green.
Give it 24 hours to fully dry before you use the pot.
The only thing different I did for the other pot was to paint the bottom half of the pot in the color Lavender.
And there you have it.
What do you guys think?
If you want some more Outdoor Decor inspiration do check out these beautiful DIY projects below.