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Hey Boo Planters

Give your indoor planters a touch of fall with this Hey Boo stenciled design. Add the colors of fall to each planter with unique shapes and festive phrases to complete your seasonal decor. Accent with FolkArt Treasure Gold for added shine!

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At a Glance:

Project #15608 Skill Level: Intermediate
supplies

Plaid Supplies

FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Wrought Iron, 2 oz. - 925

Number Needed: 1 $1.69
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FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Titanium White, 2 oz. - 480

Number Needed: 1 $1.69
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FolkArt ® Treasure Gold™ - Copper, 4 oz. - 5538

Number Needed: 1 $15.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

F/A PAINTING TOOL - PREMIUM STENCIL BRUSH 5/

Number Needed: 1 $8.99
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FolkArt ® Painting Stencils - Small - Sans Serif Alphabet - 13227

Number Needed: 1 $4.49
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Other Supplies

  • Stencil tape
  • 4" Clay pots x 3 

instructions

  1. Paint two of your pots with Titanium White and one of your pots with Wrought Iron. Let dry.
  2. Use your stencil tape to mark off 1/3 of your black pot. Paint this 1/3 with Copper Treasure Gold. Let dry.
  3. Place your stencils on the center of your black pot so that they spell out “hey boo”. Stencil with Titanium White and let dry.
  4. Paint circles on one of your white pots with Treasure Gold Copper. Let dry.
  5. Use your stencil tape to mark stripes on your second white pot. Use a flat brush to paint the stripes with Wrought Iron. Let dry.

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Cool colors are all the colors on the Green and Blue side of the color wheel. Yellow, Yellow/Green, Green, Blue/Green, Blue, Blue/Purple, Purple are all cool colors. All colors on the color wheel can be both warm and cool except Orange.
Transparent colors are thinned with medium or water to create a wash or a glaze of color that you can see through to the underlying surface.
Warm colors are all the colors on the yellow and red side of the color wheel. Yellow, Yellow/Orange, Orange, Red Orange, Red, Red/Purple, Purple are all warm colors. All colors on the color wheel can be both warm and cool except Orange.
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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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