How to update a clay flower pot
With the onset of spring, not only nature awakens, but also the desire to create. If at your disposal was an old clay pot for flowers, you are incredibly lucky. It is these texture flowerpots that are valued in fashionable Scandinavian interiors. But if your aesthetic perception differs from the descendants of the Vikings, and the old pot does not evoke the desire to decorate yourself with a window sill, then this master class will show how to turn it into a stylish piece of furniture.Materials for work:Using a small spatula or hands, we put the putty, trying to distribute it evenly throughout the pot,and leave to dry.Using fine-grained sandpaper, smooth the surface, and in order not to sneeze from dust, it is better to wear a medical mask.We cover the pot with white acrylic primer and wait for drying.Paint it with silver paint in two or three layers.Moving on to the crucial moment. Now we need to determine how much and how wide the strips will be on the pots, so we measure the circumference of the pot, divide by the required number of strips. We mark with a pencil the places of their future location and with masking tape we glue every second strip. This will help make them smoother.
- 1. Pot for plants;
- 2. Putty;
- 3. Sandpaper is fine-grained,
- 4. Acrylic primer and paints (silver, purple, white);
- 5. Craquelure varnish;
- 6. Masking tape;
- 7. Scissors, pencil;
- 8. Lacquer ball
Sequence of workTo start, we clean the pot, if necessary we rub, carefully wash and dry.
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