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WATCH: Learn How To Spray Paint Your Planters

Work with pops of color and liven up your garden

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Many homeowners work with terracotta pots as these are affordable and readily available. Since it's made from clay, it allows proper drainage that help the plants breathe. If you have been using these planters for years and would want to give your pocket garden a simple makeover, you can spray paint them in cool hues! Your finished pots can serve as accent pieces that can give your green space a new look. 

To help you get started, check out this fun video tutorial by bloggers Mary Elizabeth and Christina Hoang. Schedule a weekend to work on your planters and feel free to involve friends and family members! 

Video from Christina Hoang.

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