Today I'm going to show you how to make a beachy garden pot for your lānai!
terra cotta pot
Krylon sand colored fine texture spray
pack of white shells
clear E6000 glue
Spray your entire pot with your texture spray. Because the "limestone" sand color is so pale, you'll need to spray more in order to get a nice even coat. Let sit for a few hours outside.
once textured pot is completely dry, glue shells around the outside using your E6000 glue. (Because the pot is curved you only need to apply glue to the inside of the shell on the top middle area and bottom middle area, as shown in the next picture.)
Because it is best to let this glue sit over night to completely cure, I tied a string around the shells to hold them on to the pot as they dried.
And that's all it takes! It definitely dresses up any front porch or garden nook.
Bethany @ Enchanted Lake