- Large planter of your choice
- Krylon® ColorMaster™ Paint + Primer in Matte Paprika
- Krylon® ColorMaster™ Paint + Primer in Satin Ivory
- Painter’s Tape
- Plastic trash bag
2. In a well-ventilated area, spray your planter with your first color–I used Krylon® ColorMaster™ Paint + Primer in Satin Ivory —and let it dry. Since I was painting a dark colored planter with a lighter colored paint, it required a couple of coats for complete coverage. The Krylon® ColorMaster™ Paint + Primer dries fairly quickly, so it should be safe to handle after about 20 minutes.
I have a collection of random pots in my garage, so I pulled this off-white pot/sauce combination from the pile and played around with Krylon® Spray ‘n Peel spray paint in Aztec Gold Metallic, which is their customizable, removable line of paint.
- Krylon® Spray n’ Peel in Aztec Gold Metallic
- Small pot of your choice
- Painter’s tape
The Aztec Gold Metallic is so pretty and great for fall because it’s a more muted gold with just the right amount of sparkle. I’m tempted to cover everything with it! Again, be sure to read the application directions closely, as different paint techniques can vary. Krylon® Spray ‘n Peel requires one quick, light coat, followed by four to five heavier coats, letting the paint dry for five minutes in between coats. I did learn that its best not to paint a full design with Spray n’ Peel, since the paint is formulated to peel off. Instead, I simply taped off the rim of the pot and painted the bottom portion, and I couldn’t be happier with the end result. I wanted to peel off a little piece on the back of the pot, so I could show you just how removable it is. The Krylon® Spray ‘n Peel is perfect for projects like this, because in the spring I can easily peel off the Aztec Gold Metallic and spray it with a bright color, like Matte Blue Surge for a simple change.