Cover the table well with plastic and turn the pot upside down over a glass jar.
Seal up the holes with adhesive putty and paper towel.
In separate cups, thin each colour by mixing in some water
Pour all colours into a new empty cup, and pour over the pot
Let the pot dry for a day.
Without hesitation, it's one of the latest, coolest trends: paint pouring! With this technique, you pour paint in a variety of different colours over an object to achieve awesome effects. And the best part is that very little preparation is required. To make the pot in the picture, we used Hobbylack Gloss (Pink, White and Lilac). Begin by covering your work surface well with plastic, to protect the area and your clothing. If you want to prime the pot, it's best to prime both the inside and outside, because if moisture comes into contact with the pot, the paint might crack. Place the pot upside down over a glass jar, for example, to keep the edges off the table. To thin the paint a little, mix with water in a separate cup for each colour. Then pour all colours into a new empty cup. Pour the contents of the cup over the pot. When you're finished, let the pot dry for about a day. To keep the pot from sticking to the surface, it may be wise to let it dry on a plant saucer.