Create this cool dribble pot using a terracotta plant pot and a few Resene testpots.
Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 129
Difficulty level: Moderate
Another idea: vary colours
Top tip: You can also use a paintbrush to dribble smaller amounts to create a cool drippy striped effect.
Apply one coat of Resene Terracotta Sealer to the inside and outside of the pot and allow it to dry.
Paint the outside and inner top rim of the pot with two coats of Resene Tango. Allow at least two hours for each coat to dry.
Place the old 1 litre paint tin on the piece of cardboard and then place the pot upside down on the paint tin, as shown.
Carefully dribble Resene Rocket onto the side of the pot and allow it to run down.
Carefully dribble Resene Kermit onto the wet red paint and allow it to run down.
Carefully dribble Resene Space Cadet onto the previous layers of wet paint and allow it to run down.
Carefully dribble Resene Fizz onto the previous layers of wet paint and allow it to run down.
Carefully dribble a few smaller amounts of Resene Rocket and Resene Guru. Leave the pot turned upside down overnight to dry before turning the right way up. How neat is that?
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