Painting With Annie Sloan For Oxfam

This time of year isn’t the time for me to be starting new craft projects as I’m in full-on preparation mode for Christmas market season! However, I knew that a quick DIY for a painted concrete plant pot wouldn’t take me long at all. So when Annie Sloan got in touch to tell me about their new paint colour and project with Oxfam, I made some time to get creative and tend to my Pilea plant!

DIY Painted Pot -Annie Sloan For Oxfam

Watch my video below to find out more about their Seed Project and how you can get involved by using the new Lem Lem paint colour. The DIY is ridiculously simple, but hopefully you’ll enjoy watching paint dry 😉

Have you tried the Annie Sloan paints? I love them for small projects in the studio. Anyway it was just a quick one today, I’ll be back with some posts on interior inspiration and Christmas decorating soon.

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*This is not a sponsored post. I work with Annie Sloan on a gifting basis so received the paint free of charge.

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