Imagine your garden filled with painted terracotta planters, doesn’t it look great? Yes, Right? So, start painting your pots and add some life to your planters. Painting is fun and adds creativity in your garden.

Art is always beautiful and painting is one kind of an art. So, be beautiful and also add some beauty around.

I would like to share some of the painting DIY ideas in this blog to add some beauty to your garden. Hope you enjoy looking through the ideas!

Pot painting ideas

Pots with Clay Flowers

Paint your pots with clay flowers to make it look more real, clay flowers are adorable and cute.

Pots with Clay Flowers

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Chalkboard Painting

Chalkboard painting makes you to rewind your life to school days where you scribbled on the blackboard. Cherish some memories doing this activity.

Chalkboard Painting

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Rustic Succulent Pots

Rustic pot looks simple and has a countryside look. Add some rural look to your garden and cherish living country life at your place.

Rustic Succulent Pots

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Dip Dye Pots

Dye your pots as the way the clothes, wool are dipped in the dye to add color. So, follow the same procedure to add colour to your pots.

Dip Dye Pots

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Drip Painting

Drip painting is a form of abstract painting where you drip or pour the paint on the pots. Have fun painting by dripping.

Drip Painting

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Tiger Skin Pattern

Tiger = Majestic look, Add some majestic look to your pots by painting them in tiger skin pattern.

Tiger Skin Pattern

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Geometric Design Painting

Love triangles, squares and rectangle? Add some geometric patterns to your pots and paint them to have a geometrical look.

Geometric Design Painting

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Nail Polish Marbled Pots

Again, attracted to a new color nail polish? Having lot of other colors getting wasted? Use them to paint your pots and add some marbled look.

Nail Polish Marbled Pots

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Spray Paint

Love spraying colors on people? But, here you need to spray color on the pots. Enjoy spraying!

Spray Paint

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Hand Print

Having no materials to paint? Why worries? Your hand is your saviour, start printing on your pots.

Hand Print

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Oil Based Enamel Painting

Oil painting is an old form of art which adds vintage look to your pots. Paint your pots with oil based enamel paint to enjoy the vintage look.

Oil Based Enamel Painting

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Acrylic Painted Pots

Use your acrylic paints to add color to your pots. Design your pots colorfully and creatively.

Acrylic Painted Pots

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Painted Decoupaged Pots

Love to paint and decorate your pots with paper-cuts? Yes? Decoupage the pots and show your creativity on it.

Painted Decoupaged Pots

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Rangoli Painting

Want to add some traditional look to your pots? Paint your pots in rangoli patterns.

Rangoli Painting

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Crackle Pot Painting

Create some minute cracks in your pots. Surprised that I am asking you to create cracks? Yes, you can do it through painting and i.e. crackle painting.

Crackle Pot Painting

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Ombre Sponge Painting

Would you like to blend each color on your pot? You can do it with ombre technique with sponge. Try it now! It looks really great on your pots.

Ombre Sponge Painting

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Patchwork Painting

Would like to add different patterns to your pot? You can do it with patchwork painting and it looks fabulous on your pots.

Patchwork Painting

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Ethnic Painting

Here is the ethnic look, where you can paint about your culture and display it in your garden. Spread Ethnicity!

Ethnic Painting

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Bubble Painting

Have you ever wondered that through bubbles you could paint? Yes, you can and this is how it looks. Isn’t it fantastic? Try it now!

Bubble Painting

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Splatter Painting

Splatter some joy by doing splatter painting. Enjoy painting by splashing some paint on your pots.

Splatter Painting

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Try painting all these ideas on your pots and provide comments below in this blog about your experience in painting these ideas. Enjoy Painting!

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