DIY Brush Stroke Pots

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Hello, sweet friends! Spring has sprung (we’ll just ignore the fact that there’s been a snowy/rain mix here the past few days), and I’m ready to brighten up my house a bit. We have a lovely large window in my kitchen, right in front of my sink. I like to keep plants on the large counter space between the sink and window, but my current plant was boring me (sorry little guy!). I wanted to change up the area a little and get some bright colors in the window, so I made some super cute little brush stroke pots! I love doing the dishes now and starring at my little succulents in their pretty new homes. Confession: I actually loved doing dishes to begin with. I’m weird like that. πŸ˜‰

SONY DSCA couple of months ago, the talented ladies over at Elizabeth Joan Designs asked if I would like to guest post on their lovely blog. Of course I would! So today, I’m sharing my tutorial for my DIY brush stroke pots! You can pop on over HERE and check them out!

Have a lovely rest of the week!

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23 thoughts on “DIY Brush Stroke Pots

  1. THESE are SO pretty!! Love the colors! I have some little succulent pots I did awhile back and they are gold and white… but, I really love the pop of color in these… mine are fake succulents, too. lol πŸ™‚ Sorry you are still get snow/rain… we had golf ball sized hail in STL yesterday! Crazy stormy weather!
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    1. Thank you Carrie!! I thought they were the perfect bright spring colors. I almost used fake succulents, but I really wanted to try and see if I could keep these alive! Ha. Ahh golf ball sized hail?! Yikes! Come on, Spring! Or better yet… summer! πŸ™‚ Have a lovely rest of the week!

    1. Oh thank you! They were super fun to make because each one came out different! I want to make more but with big pots to brighten up my boring porch! πŸ™‚

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