Create a colourful drip dye flower pot just in time for spring! This brightly coloured pot is perfect for a bunch of flowers, stationery storage and more!
Pour a single colour of acrylic or tempera paint into a smaller plastic cup. Add white, black or another, complementary colour to create new shades. If your paint is too thick, add 1 tsp of water to thin it out.
Protect your work surface with recycled newspaper before placing a small plastic cup in the center. Maker sure your cup fits inside the opening of your flower pot. Place your flower pot on top of your cup, upside down.
Pour paint around the edges of your flower pot to create a drip dye effect. Tip: Vary the colours to create a marbled effect!
Let dry completely before picking up and removing the cup. Add flowers, stationery or other items for a colourful piece of decor!
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