Not any kind of pot would do for Sarah. She put on her crafty hat and started a pot project, making something unique for her succulents. She added a dash of paint for a trendy look. She chose a subdued pink which is still so hugely popular ever since Millennial Pink came out a couple of years back.

Let’s see if Sarah’s DIY pot is going to work. If not, I say plod on if you feel the fire. Yes, that means you too, dear reader. Failures mean that you are moving and learning and growing.

Watch the other videos of the Concrete Couple for more DIY ideas:
Episode 1, The Start of a Business Venture
Episode 2, Pete and Sarah’s Pot Project
Episode 3, How’s the Business Going?
Episode 4, DIY Concrete Plant Stand
Episode 5, Easy DIY Concrete Tea Light Holder
Episode 6, How to Make a Concrete Lamp
Episode 7, When a Sideline Shows Some Success
Episode 8, Summary and Costing

Are you really feeling the pink? Click on the following posts for more pink colors:
A Girly-Girl’s Blush Pink for an Ultra-Feminine Bedroom
A College Student’s Pretty Pink Condo

To get up close and personal with the Boysen pinks or any other color that your heart desires, visit a Mix and Match Station at a DIY store near you to see the color swatches. Boysen has thousands of colors that you can choose from!

 

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

Annie H Adlawan
Author

Annie is an unrepentant workaholic, who runs this blog and her own company Talking Lions. She thrives on collaborating with people who are good at what they do, and working together with them to create something special.

Write A Comment