Photos by:

Brian Schindler

Inspired by the current lunar watercolor trends, and the dreamy colors of Antelope Canyon and moody swirls of color on Mars, our own Kathryn Godwin of Studio Cultivate brought together all these elements to create a sophisticated, feminine planetary dinner setting. We partnered with for this project, and we can’t wait to share how these beauties turned out! Keep reading for more:

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Here we used them as centerpieces, but go ahead and use them on your garden, ceremony aisle, shelfie, coffee table etc.

Materials:

in colors Peach, Pink and White
Concrete Mix
Bucket
6″ glass light globe
8″ glass light globe
Hammer
Trash bag

Click on the slideshow below to get the full how-to in 10 short steps:

*Bonus tip: Cut circles from a plastic placemat, and tape to a scrap board. Use the same airbrush process to paint the atmospheric bands on the circle. Let dry for an hour or two and use at the place settings for a guest gift or placecard.

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You can buy Testors paint + airbrushes at any Michaels Craft Stores. Thank you for sponsoring this DIY project, check out their website for more unique products and specialty paint!

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