hanging out with one of the sweetest ladies in bloggyland!
Today I have one of my favorite projects EVER that I am sharing!
But before we jump into that…here is a little bit about me and my blog!
Baking, crafting, making a mess or making beautiful things – that is a day in the life at 504 Main. I am Holly and that is my little piece of the blogging world. I make simple crafts and over complicated ones too. I want to be organized…but that has not happened yet. My husband says “baking isn’t my thing” but I just came in first place in a baking competition…so that all kind of proves you never know what is going to happen at 504 Main!
Textured Patio Pots
Spring is in the air! It is time to enjoy the outdoors…
and if you are like me, my outdoor area needs some serious sprucing up.
There is a lot of space but I am starting little…
like with the deck area…I am so ready for some evenings sitting on the deck,
listening to the waves crash, and just relaxing!
- Decoart Patio Paint, Sweet Pea
- DecoartPatio Paint, Vintage Rose
- Decoart Glazing Medium
- Decoart, Snow-Tex
- Cutting Edge Stencils, Fern Leaves Small
- Foam Brush, Rockler
- Painters Tape
- Scissors (optional)
- Clay Pots – medium size for these stencils
2. Let dry.
3. Position the stencil on the pot and secure with painters tape. Shh…don’t tell I cut around my stencil to make it lay flatter on the pot. If you have a larger pot, you would not need too.