I found an ugly green flower pot in the storage shed when we moved into our home last summer. It’s been sitting there for the better part of a year because I can’t grow things. That would require way too much effort on my part.
Well, I’m growing a baby. But that doesn’t count. It’s still on autopilot at this point.
Clutterdogs just love to weasel their way into photos every now and then. They’re so nosey.
I decided to give it two coats of blue spray paint so that it would better match our DIY Nautical Nursery decor. My paint is blue and dries kind of glossy. I wish I could give better details. In case it’s not obvious, I am not getting paid to endorse this spray paint. I can’t even read the can.
Your guess is as good as mine.
It took two coats for it too look kind of even (and “kind of” is good enough for Clutterhome!). Little bugs kept crawling into the wet paint, which made me sad. I had to pluck one fellow off with tweezers after everything was dry.
Our nursery is actually a Steamboat Willie theme that we’re accenting with nautical flair. This particular item is pretty Mickey-rific, but you could customize it with any kind of image you prefer. I simply printed it on computer paper and cut it out.
The ModPodged it to my flower pot.
I stuck on some Scrabble letters for good measure, but I haven’t decided if they’re going to stay or I’m going to pick them off.
While everything was drying, I used some fabric leftover from our no-sew nautical curtains and created a fabric tube. I didn’t sew it; I cheated and used iron-on no-sew hem tape. Same thing, but
more efficient lazier and uncrafty.
I used this as a lining for my “storage bucket.” What do you think? I’m not loving how the Scrabble personalization turned out, so I might remove the pieces and use them elsewhere in our Nautical Nursery.