Milk-Painted Terra Cotta Pots
Decorate your reception tables with these easy-to-make milk-painted Terra Cotta pots. Use them as votive candles holders or to hold flowers.
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Materials and Tools:
terra cotta pots
white milk paint powder
green milk paint powder
sponge (sea sponges work best)
1. Mix milk paint powder with water as directed on package by manufacturer. Let stand as directed so powder thoroughly dissolves.
2. Randomly dab/blot green milk paint onto terra cotta pot using a damp sponge to create a mottled effect .
A crocheted pot holder would make a great gift for the cooks and bakers on your gift list.