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I got a pretty flower arrangement in an orange flowerpot awhile back.
It was a cute flowerpot, but I’m not a fan of orange.
I knew with a little spray paint, it could be transformed!
Of course, I picked green spray paint – my favorite color!
I used Rust-Oleum’s Ultra Cover Paint + Primer Satin Green Apple – which I also used on the tray I recently spray painted. I love the bright summery color!
I liked the white trim at the top and wanted to keep it.
So I used ScotchBlue tape to protect the white trim.
Taping around the curve of the flowerpot was the worst part of this project. Taping on a curve always takes some time!
Spray painting the flowerpot was fun – and took just a few minutes!
I let it dry and gave it a second coat.
Have you spray painted anything lately?
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