Hi everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend!
Last week, I went with Topher on a business trip to Washington DC. It was a great trip, and I will be sharing more details on that later in the week. If you want a sneak peak of some pictures head on over to my Instagram account.
Since I was gone, I was really behind on my projects, so I spent all day Friday through Sunday painting.
The unnamed child and I took Topher out for lunch on Father’s Day, and I made a big dinner for him and my dad that evening.
Last week I shared with you my Burlap Wreath for the front door.
While I was on the porch sprucing things up a bit, I noticed my flower pots were looking kind of cruddy compared to the front door and new wreath — so I decided to do something about that with a quick makeover.
First thing I did was give them a good scrubbing down.
Then I got out my handy dandy Krylon spray paint and painted one Mambo Pink and one Rust-Oleum White.
Once my pink pot had dried, I brought out my foam pouncers and my white craft paint.
I squirted a little paint on a paper plate and dipped two different sizes of pouncers in it. Make sure you use it sparingly, if you use too much it will run.
Then just start dotting away. There’s really no right or wrong way to add your dots … just whatever floats your boat.
Topher then planted some new flowers to add an extra little pop of color.
That’s it! Super easy!