The lines never get out of fashion, but sometimes there are situations where varieties are resurrected.
- Plain flower pots
- Painting tape
- Acrylic paint
- Waterproof spray (optional)
1-Mark the areas where the lines will be drawn with painting bands and tires. I noticed that tires are easier to use in sloping areas (like the top of the flower pot) and the painting bands are more useful in flat areas (like the bottom of the flower pot).
2-Paint the areas where the lines are located. Allow staining tape and tires to dry completely before removing. Add as many lines as you want.
3- I did not need to add a waterproof feature because I used my pots for dry, natural and separate containers. On the other hand, if you put the soil and plant directly in your pot, spray the inside and the outside with a waterproof spray so that it does not peel or swell in the future.