What you need:
Step 1: Paint Spray a Coat of Primer
Prepare an area for paint spraying by laying down a painter's drop cloth - if you're painting inside of your garage, a Wagner Studio Spray Tent provides better paint containment. Fill the front end detail nozzle with primer paint and spray plant pot or box completely.
Step 2: Paint Spray Your Color of Choice
Once sprayed and completely dried, load the sprayer front end detail nozzle with paint color of your choice.
Spray the planter by holding the detail nozzle 5-7 inches from the surface and glide smoothly from left to right. Place the spray pattern on horizontal spray.
Step 3: Apply Patterns With Stencils
Let dry thoroughly and tape on plastic stencil with frog tape or tape off pattern with paint tape.
Load detail nozzle with contrasting color and spray paint over stencil or tape. Let dry and repeat.
Step 4: Remove Painter's Tape
Remove the tape and stencil to reveal the design.
Step 5: Good Areas for Planters and Boxes
Plant with your favorite flowers and place the boxes and planters on patio, deck or porch rail!
Repeat for Paint Sprayed Window Boxes
Tip: Use this same process on window boxes, planters and cache pots.
Same Process can be used for cement, wooden planters or terra cotta.
Click the following links to view additional Wagner DIY Outdoor Projects, and where to purchase Wagner FLEXiO HVLP Paint Sprayers.