Decoupage Bee Plant Pot

£12.99

Decoupage bee plant pot will look fantastic in any garden or home setting . Lovely present for a loved one! Buy yours here now!

Bee Pot  H 8cm  x 13cm top x 8cm bottom

Items will be shipped within 3 working days

Free UK  mainland Postage and Packing

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Description

Decoupage Bee Plant Pot

Here we have a delightful decoupage bee plant pot and saucer. It will look great in any garden setting big or small. Similarly it would delight your guests as a feature within your conservatory, dining room or kitchen alike.

Decoupage is a technique using napkins or ricepaper and applying just the top layer of the napkin on to the surface of the object making it look like the picture has been painted on.  Firstly this terracotta decoupage bee plant pot has been spray painted with white gloss paint that is suitable for exterior use then the 12 small bee napkin parts have been applied. I always use a very thin professional grade exterior varnish opposed to PVA to apply the napkin. This way it becomes fully watertight. Lastly two coats of exterior grade varnish are applied making this plant pot weather resistant and good to plant your flowers.

Due to so many different napkins and ricepapers on the market now the possibilities of turning ordinary plain items into something beautiful are endless.

Size

Bee Pot  H 8cm  x 13cm across top x 8cm across bottom

Saucer H 3cm x 13cm across top x 10cm across bottom

Shipping

Items will be shipped within 3 working days

— Free UK  mainland Postage and Packing —

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About Me

I opened my business in 2019 and became a member of the Professional Crafters Guild in February 2020. I am currently a stockist at The Suffolk Craft Shop, Kersey Mill, Hadleigh. Kersey Mill is part of the English Heritage.
I am a disabled artist and I work from my garden studio in Braintree, Essex. This has all been set up at a good working height as I have very limited usage and reach in both of my arms. I find crafting very good physiotherapy as well as being great for mental wellbeing.

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