I'm still getting ready for the Little French Flea Market next week and I'm trying to do groups of projects. I found these plain pots at a yard sale and bought every pot that was for sale. I dry brushed some Annie Sloan Old Ochre on them and then laser copied several images I had on hand. Some are from the Graphics Fairy and some are from Pinterest and a couple are images I purchased on Etsy like this beautiful bird image with the word Paris.
Then I used my mod podge transfer method and transferred the images on to the pots. You can find the tutorial on my side bar. I plan to take some live ivy plants if I can get to the wholesaler by Friday and I thought these pots with the ivy would brighten my space.
When using the reverse mod podge transfer method, be sure to use laser copies and if you have words in your image, be sure to reverse it so they come out correctly on your finished product.
Since these pots are for outdoor use, I will use a clear coat sealer that is for exterior use. I don't recommend using wax on something that is going to be used outside.
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