Painted Bucket Flower Pot
In our project, Pipe & Pallet shelves we were staging the studio/office shelves and I let Steph borrow one of my plants. We liked it so much that we wanted to get another of the same flower pots and plant for her to have permanently. The one she borrowed is from a set of three matching so she couldn’t keep mine.
We were able to pick up a bucket from “The One Spot” at Target as well as spray paint back in the hardware department. I already had some flexible painters tape.
Determine placement of painted area. I decided 1/3 of the total height would look good. Using a ruler and marker I measured off the bottom third of the bucket.
Follow the marks to tape off the upper part of the bucket. Cover anything that is not to be painted. I painted the bottom third and handle of the bucket.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and spray paint the uncovered areas. Let dry, remove tape.
Once dry Steph added her new plant and placed it on the pipe and pallet office shelf. It’s just that simple! Every once in a while it’s nice to do a DIY that is simple and without complications!
Please note: We are not sponsored by any of the companies/products that we used. These products were picked and bought by us.
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