Friday, September 25, 2015

Distressed Planter

Happy Friday!

I hope you had a great week!

For my final project of the week I created a distressed planter that was inspired by the Faux Rust Technique.

I started with a wood planter that I found at Hobby Lobby.



I used the stamps from The Andy Skinner Industrial Stamp set to stamp all over the planter with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.  




Then I painted the entire planter with Deco Arts Quinacridone Gold Media Fluid Acrylic paint.




Here's how it looks with the plant in it.


The Stampendous Team has been making tons of amazing distressed projects all week long.

Check out the Stampendous Blog to get more info.

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

13 comments:

Dee Ann Matthews said...

What a gorgeous planter! I'll have to give it a try. Thanks!

Michele Henderson said...

Great idea! This looks terrific!
Take care!
Michele

Pam Beatty said...

Beautiful planter. My creative mind is spinning! Thanks for sharing.

Jean said...

Wow - love this!!

BurningRubber said...

Wow! That turned out great! And so simple too. I think I need one of these.

Stampendous said...

SHUT the front DOOR! That looks fantastic, Kristine. What an easy transformation from wood to rusted metal, thanks for sharing today!

Mary Holshouser said...

Painting this looks like it was really fun - free and easy.
thanks for sharing a great planter.
Illinois

Sue D said...

Love this idea and looks pretty easy to do too.
Sue in Ohio

D.Ann C said...

WoW! How cool is that?!! I NEED to try this!!!

Jean Bullock said...

Very cool plantar. Thanks for sharing your technique.

TracyM #6773 said...

DELIGHTFULLY DISTRESSED planter Kristine!!!
LOVE IT!!!

Michelle said...

Kristine! This planter is gorgeous! This would be beautiful in any home. (Especially mine. LOL!)

Karen L K said...

Another great idea and something a little different! What a nice look and you could make it any color to match your decor. Very nice!