I've been on a search for decently priced grey stone pots for my front porch for a few weeks. I was actually shocked at the price of large pots. One that had the colors I was going for, the size I wanted, but the wrong shape was $89.00 and that was the cheapest they had. Wanting two of them, I knew that I could not dish out $180.00 for pots for my front porch. I decided to check out Home Depot and found these terracotta pots for $27.00 each. I bought them on the spot. I called my mom and asked her if spray paint would do the trick and her answer was a big NO. The paint won't stick and would likely peel off. Ugh. Not the answer the master of spray painting everything was looking for.Decoart offering me some paints to sample. I sent them an email asking if they had anything that would do the trick for my new pots and the answer was a big fat YES! I think I jumped up and down a bit. They have a line of called Patio Paint that is specifically for use on concrete, terra-cotta, wood, masonry, stucco, stone, ceramic bisque, cast aluminum, and Styrofoam. Cue the stars aligning. I emailed them with the color ideas I was looking for and they suggested the colors below.
combinations that you could do. This paint is just so easy to use.
Decoart for sending me this amazing paint. I am beyond happy with the results. I can't wait to see what else I can paint. Have you tried Decoart Paints before? Have you ever painted Terra-Cotta? Do tell...
I'll be linking up to these parties