Here’s a must-do when crafting this project: HAVE FUN! Check out the video below! We had so much fun together!
Now y’all know Aunt Criddy brings the crazy, and we all love it! We tried our bowls on for size and they fit!
Here’s what we used:
Dollar Tree: plastic bowl, planter pot, moss
Thrifted: pedestal, colander, wood chair leg
Debi’s Design Diary paint: Carnival Red, Marquis Red, Liquid Sunshine, Aviary, Liquid Sunshine, White Swan
Walmart: Minwax Polycrylic
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Ready to get started? Step one: Laugh!
That pedestal was a great find! Now we are ready to paint our mushroom tops.
Once painted (mine took two coats, Criddy “needed” two also but she wasn’t having it! LOL!).
TIP: Make a swirl motion with your paintbrush.
Aunt Criddy has added moss to hers. Y’all. Moss.
Whenever we are together, we have the best time! We laughed throughout the whole video session.
Here’s the Polycrylic. You can find it at Walmart and probably hardware stores.
See how shiny mine is now? That Polycrylic is pretty amazing.
I’m using the chair leg for mine, and all I did was remove the tack from the bottom and hammer it into my mushroom top (planter).
These are going to look so cute in the garden.
See the one with the colander? That’s a perfect mushroom and no need to paint or glue anything!
And this would be fine as it is! A bundt pan and a glass bottle.
Here are our finished projects!
Y’all, Aunt Criddy and I had fun making these, and I hope you’ll make some also! Let me know in the comments how you might make some for your garden.
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