Of course you can! Have fun and good luck!
I've decided to try and sell some at a craft show. Let me know what you think. I'm still not sure on prices so if you have any opinions let me know.
When I painted some terra cotta pots for plants a lil while back I used the acrylic I had available. And the plants taht were transferred into them aren't doing so well, but were fine before the transfer. Do you think this is attributed to the paint?? Are your plants doing alright? Curious as to if the paint could be soaked in by the soil some how? I may be really thinking too deeply about it, but I've got a pretty good green thumb, so I guess I'm looking for a reason why they aren't doing very well.
Not sure what to tell you on this one. I've used regular acrylics before and the only problem I had was that is wasn't waterproof and washed off in the rain. Only thing I can suggest is taking the plants out and see how they do. All my plants are doing really well, I'll have to take some pics and post them soon.