It is no secret that I love my spray paint. I would pretty much spray paint anything with out a breath... so it is no surprise I used spray paint to transform the potting containers I had to make my colorful container garden.
I started with some fun colors and some empty pots. These pots were just left over from buying plants in them.
Super savvy since they were free!
On a quick side note I would like to review the new nozzle for valspar paints. I don't like it! It is easier on my finger to use, but you still are pushing the entire time. I much prefer a nozzle I can attach my gun to. That way I get a continued stream of spray without my finger cramping up! Ok on with the project!
The only containers that were not included in the plant purchases were these two that I ended up planting the tomatoes in. We have had these since our old house, and the hubs liked the palm tree pic so I taped that off.
I am very happy with the way that one turned out. I didn't fully cover the pot, and left some of the textured dark blue to come through.
I also pulled out the can to liven up the chevron tomato cages I made.
A colorful garden, all with the help of a couple cans of spray paint!
Be sure to link up your outdoor paint projects over at Jean's blog today!