An ordinary pot, but with a little pop of color, an amazing pot!  Christy with Our Southern Home made this pot amazing.  She sanded any loose material away then she scrubbed them with liquid dish soap and a soft brush.  Let them dry thoroughly in the sun before painting.

She painted two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Duck Egg drying between coats. Use a fine grit sanding block and sanded the raised areas to allow the terracotta color to show through then spray three thin coats of sealer onto the pots. Be sure to dry between coats.  Christy used a flat finish.  Just Beautiful.  I’m inspired…I hope you are inspired too!

via Painting Garden Pots with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – Our Southern Home.