Orca Whale in Terra Cotta

Orca Whale in Terra Cotta

Posted by DecoArt on Apr 7th 2014

Decorate your outdoor space with this charming sea creature, compliments of Patio Paint Outdoor™.


    • water container
    • palette or plastic plate
    • paper towels
    • tracing paper
    • transfer paper
    • scissors
    • #0 liner brush
    • #12 flat brush
    • Fun Foam sheet
    • two 2-1/2" rose terra cotta pots
    • 1-1/2" standard terra cotta pot
    • fast tack craft glue



    Allow to dry between painting steps.

    1. Trace and transfer the tail and fin patterns onto black Fun Foam. Cut out these shapes with scissors and set aside.
    2. Use a #12 flat brush and Cloud White to paint all three pots.
    3. Position and adhere the rose pots with large open ends face-to-face. Position and adhere the small pot at the base of one rose pot. Let dry completely.
    4. Use a #12 flat brush and Wrought Iron Black to paint the whale’s back and sides, leaving the belly area and ovals behind eyes Cloud White. Refer to photo for placement.
    5. Use a #0 liner brush and Cloud White to paint small circles for eyes just in front of the Cloud White ovals.
    6. Position and adhere the fins and tail cut-outs with craft glue.


    Fins And Tail Pattern