You guys, I’ve never been a huge fan of pink. But HOT PINK? I can get on board with that. These pots were so fun and ridiculously easy to make. Read on to learn how to make your own.
- brown pot (mine are from IKEA and cost $1.99)
- painter’s tape
- Neon Pink fluorescent spray paint (found at Home Depot)
Start off by wrapping the tape around your pot at your desired height. I split mine in half so it would be pink on bottom and natural on top. After you have taped, paint the bottom of the pot with light, short bursts of paint. Hold the can far enough away to avoid paint drips. After about 3 coats, let ‘er dry.
Done! So simple, right? And adding a Succulent or two never hurt anyone. These really pop and look great as centerpieces. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen bits and pieces of the neon glory that is currently my life. There’s more in the works so just you wait…
Update: if you love these bright neon pots, than you’ll LOVE these bright wooden fruit cups!