My theory is that you never have enough plants in your home. If there is a small area that needs to be evaluated in your home, adding some greenery to this area cannot be in any way wrong. It doesn’t matter whether you have a place to put a plant with beautiful leaves in your house or a corner to put a small, prickly cactus that will bring abundance to your house.
All of these plants to add creative, handmade beautiful materials to your home and decorate your design with small details to illuminate your interior will increase your options. I have seen this dalmatian pattern from curtains to wallpapers, pillowcases and seat covers in many places. This season, it is very fashionable to use monochrome materials, and this may be the way you do a little makeup on your flowers.
The monochrome dots blend perfectly with streaked tiny leaves and look very beautiful on any color and surface. You really can’t catch an ugly image if you want to!
- – White flower pot
- – Black acrylic paint
- – Brushes with brush tips and normal brushes
- -Painting necessary for beautiful stand (optional)
1-Clean the surface of the flowerpot and try to create a clean and dry area for painting.
2- Transfer your paint into a box that you can use. Dip your smallest sponge into the paint, making sure that the entire surface is in contact with the paint. Lightly touch the sponge on an empty portion of the box and let the excess paint go.
3 – Press the flat part of the sponge onto the pot, and try to apply even pressure on each side. You don’t have to create perfect rounds, so you’re free to walk your sponge as you want, try to make irregular little dalmatian points.
4-Continue to create points that are not too far away from each other, but are not too nested.
5-Take the large sponge. Dip the flat part into the paint. Using the same technique again, use your sponge to create irregular spots on the flowerpot.
6-After you have finished filling the pot with large and small points, take your small brush and dip it into the paint. Close the color ranges that occur in large points with this brush.
7-Continue to do this through all the large points of the flowerpot. Fill all points nicely to keep the image tidy.
8-Using the smallest brush, completely paint the unstained points and then let them dry.
9-You can use a coat varnish after drying.
Decorate the flower pot with your favorite plants and enjoy!