DIY PAINTED HOUSE NUMBER + A FRONT PORCH FACELIFT

Today’s DIY painted house number project was inspired by my boring and uninviting front porch that was in need of some attention. This has been a problem for quite some time now, so yesterday, I headed on over to Wal-Mart and bought a few inexpensive plants, some cheap flower pots, and got to work. This is the easiest project you will probably ever undertake. So easy, you hardly need instructions.

SUPPLIES:
black fast-drying spray paint
silver or gold metallic marker
old cardboard
pencil
clay flower pot and/or a brick

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Spray paint your item of choice – brick and/or flowerpot – on your cardboard.
2. After it’s dry, write your numbers or words on it with pencil, then trace with your marker.
3. Display it proudly, because you’re done!

My finished painted brick house number sits on my porch table, and my painted flower pot adorns the kitchen table inside. I am seriously loving all the fresh greenery in my home.

RD blog EMAIL2

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2 thoughts on “DIY PAINTED HOUSE NUMBER + A FRONT PORCH FACELIFT

  1. Oh my gosh. The brick is so great–I’m totally doing this when we move to the new house. The black, terracotta, and green go so great together. Also the light blue and the silver. I’m totes inspired.

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