I love shutters and Italy. So When I was creating this project I had those two inspiring thoughts in my mind. When you go to Tuscany there are lots of pots and shutters everywhere
Patios and balconies are always a space for a flower-pot in a Tuscan window. I collect antique shutters and re-do them. Here’s one of my 18th-century shutter which I will create a Tuscan Shutter Garden.
- Wagner studio power sprayer
- Clay Pots
- Mason bit
When painting my old shutters, I sand it lightly to remove any debris.
I did not remove the dark paint because I wanted the edges to show some of the old paint.
STEP 1: Spray Paint The Shutter
Aim the Wagner Studio Pro Sprayer about 6 inches away for even spray. Because the shutter was a green color, I had to spray twice. Afterward, I sanded edges to show some of the aged wood.
Once the shutter is dried. I sprayed the flower pots with one quick coat. Let dry and sand them to give a distressed look.
STEP 2: Drill The Holes
Use a Mason bit in the drill. Drill on the top part of the pot and hold the drill firmly for about 5 minutes until the hole is formed. Don’t worry it won’t shatter. After the hole is drilled get the S hook and hang pots on the shutter.
STEP 3: Fill Pots with Flowers
Fill the pots with garden soil and add the plants.
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This is a sponsored post by Wagner Power Sprayer. All opinions are my own.
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