“bloom where you are planted”
A little Inspiration for my Summer Flowers…
I’m not sure if it’s a subliminal message or a direct request. (to my plants that is)
I picked up these beautiful purple flowers over the week-end and decided to spruce up a couple
of plain pots into something special.
FYI…the name of the plant with Campanula, a partial shade loving perennial.
How to make a DIY Bloom planter… (*affiliate link)
- Clay Pot*
- White Deco Art Outdoor Living Paint*
- DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint, Purple Cow*
- Deco Art Americana Decor Angle Flat Brush, 1-Inch*
- Very Fine Sandpaper*
- Stylemark: Purple Ultra Metallic Glitter Vinyl
- Vinyl Transfer Tape*.
- Silhouette Cameo*
- Paint terra cotta pot with 2 coats of white paint.
- Brush a thin layer of purple paint along top band. (no need to be perfect)
- Lightly sand pot for a distressed look.
- Using a cut file and the Silhouette Cameo*, cut the saying out of the purple glitter vinyl.
- Apply the saying onto the pot using transfer paper. Smooth into place and remove transfer paper.
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The blue ceramic planter was plain and simple until I added stripes using the glitter vinyl,
and applied the light blue glittered vinyl words using a Vinyl Transfer Tape*.
Perfect decorative accent for my summer front porch. (or a great gift idea)
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9 thoughts on “DIY Bloom Planters”
What a great project and great minds think alike. I starting thinking about a similar project and same quote. I even bought a terracotta pot for the project. But thankfully, I then found the jar I used instead!
Isn’t it great when projects just come together.
I love this idea! Both pots look fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
Thank You. I’m glad you liked them. It was a fun project.
Beautifully done. I always forget to use purple in my projects, but I love seeing it! 🙂
I’m not a purple person except when it comes to flowers.
Love the flower pots, they are adorable. Love Penny
Thank you Penny.
Thanks for sharing your lovely project , I am going to paint a few of my pots too.