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Farmhouse Style Terra Cotta Herb Garden -DIY

I’ve never been much of a green thumb person, but herbs I am always good with. Couple weeks ago I purchased succulents (hear that they are easy to take care of- wish me luck! ha ha ha).They were in terra cotta pots that are empty now so I thought it will be awesome to use them for my indoor herb garden! I love terra cotta pots, but orange is not really my color, so I decided to give these pots a new look and paint them


Things you need

Terra Cotta pots

Chalk Paint and Sealer

some rope or ribbon to decorate



Let the fun begin! Since I didn’t want them to have much of distress look I painted 2 coats of chalk paint, of course letting each to dry a bit.


…almost ready for second coat!

My chalk paint sealer was in a spray so I coated it evenly after all was dry.

Little bit of rope and some stencils was all I needed.



Love how they turned out!




I think I am going to keep them on the tray just in case.




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