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Restyled Flower Pot using Gelatos


Hello, Katie here! You may have noticed that the majority of my guest posts for Design Memory Craft have been Spring inspired. I just love this time of the year! I have a garden in my backyard with pots filled with vegetables and I wanted to try decorating a flower pot.

Start off by coating your flower pot in Gesso. This will give it a bit more texture and you can change the color of it. I chose to just stick with the white color of the gesso.


Following this tutorial I created a gelato gel paint using gel medium and gelatos. With my gel, I painted vines onto my pot. I like that the gel paint has more texture than if I had just drawn the vines with gelatos.


After the paint was dry I doodled around my vines using my medium black PITT pen.


To finish embellishing my pot, I created a fabric tag (I used vintage strawberry fabric.) which I wrote my plant name on and then tied it to my flower pot using a bright and fun ribbon by Amy Tangerine.


After it was all finished I added a little bit of dirt and a radish seed. I love watching radishes grow because they grow so quickly! I think this pot turned out so adorable and looks great with a little seedling in it.



Gelatos Butterscotch, Metallic Mint, Blue



Gel Medium




Katie Smith is a published artist currently living in Texas. She loves scrapbooking, sewing, art journaling, mixed media and trying new craft techniques.  She has been crafting and creating since she was a young girl, but started her blog, Punk Projects, in January of 2010 where she posts craft tutorials, inspiration and features other artists.

You can find out more about Katie here: BlogFacebook, Twitter



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Holly Woodcock

Super cute!



barbara macaskill

Awesome and adorable!

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