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  • Amanda -Joy in the Jumble

    Rainbow Pour Painted Pots via- Dilly Dali Art

  • Annabel De la Cerda

    Rainbow Pour Painted Pots ~ Use: 6" Terra Cotta Flower Pots & 8 oz bottles of Acrylic Paint. First tape over the hole. Set pot upside down over a jar so that it doesn't touch the paper and the paint can drip off. Squirt paint on top of the pot directly in the middle. Keep repeating with the different colors until you have the look you want. FYI, I've found that less is definitely more with pour painting. If you use too much paint, you won't get the layers of all the colors down the sides.

  • Christina Bentley

    Dilly-Dali Art: Rainbow Pour Painted Pots. Christmas gift idea perhaps.

  • Julia Doyle

    Dilly-Dali Art: Rainbow Pour Painting {on terra cotta pots}. Not sure about the rainbow colors, but a few shades of the same color would look nice!

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Dilly-Dali Art: Rainbow Pour Painting {on terra cotta pots}

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Dilly-Dali Art: Rainbow Pour Painting {on terra cotta pots} -having kids make some this summer! Fun craft!

How fun to match a theme for a garden party, bridal shower, or a color scheme in your screened porch. Put a plant in, or some seeds, a mini trowel and a mini sprayer for a special gift. Could also pretty up an indoor herb garden.

Perfect for Mother's Day or end-of-year teacher's gift - rainbow painted pour pots!