Finding an inexpensive way to dress up our front entryway has been a real challenge.
Walking through Target looking for bargains, I came upon two big ugly green planters. They were marked down to $6.97 from $14.97, so you know that even at full price they were nothing special. But they were the perfect size, so I bought them.
Then off to Home Depot where I found Rust-Oleum Paint for Plastic Spray Paint like this. At Amazon it is 8.99 but at Home Depot it was only 4.99 so I bought 2 cans. They had the perfect blue color.
I am not so good at remembering to take pictures of every stage of my projects, but I figure everybody knows how to spray paint….just remember to spray at least part way down the interior of the pot.
Here is the finished product! Total cost: $20 for 2 Planters….WOW!
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Of course Centsational Girl had already found this paint 2 years ago!
Martha Stewart takes this process over the top by adding moss to the pots…go figure!
Now….what will I do with the other can of Plastic paint? I will keep you posted!
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This is just what I was looking for. Your idea of painting the door to match is great, it brings the whole project together, I didn't think that far but now I'll do it. Thank you for posting!
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