If you love glitter, you are going to love this chevron home decor project. In this video you will learn how to turn an old frame into a vanity/perfume tray. Lisa from Beauty Splurge created this fabulous DIY project and video. Aside from glitter, this project uses tons of Mod Podge. Glitter and Mod Podge go hand in hand. Watch this video here. Enjoy!
It’s time to announce this week’s winner, and start their weekend off on a good note. Someone is very lucky, because the prizes up for grabs are great! This week we are giving away 7 of the new glass paints, 2 adhesive stencil patterns, and 2 glass painting tool sets. The centerpiece of the Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Paint Program is the new, specifically formulated paint for glass and ceramic surfaces. Featuring a lovely palette of 120 colors hand-selected by Martha, the paint beautifully enhances glass and ceramics. Adhesive stencils are ideal for using on curved surfaces like vases, bottles, and pottery. They’re repositionable and removable for precise placement. A broad selection of tools, applicators and accessories are the perfect complement to the Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Paint Program. The winner is…
Welcome to the weekend. Are you crafting for Halloween? With it quickly creeping up on us, we want to help inspire you to craft. Not sure if you are aware, but a hot trend right now are craft projects that are stackable. These BOO letters are a great example of this trend. All over the web and especially Pinterest you can find stackable projects. This project is a great outdoor Halloween decor craft. Create this to hang on your front door or porch. Bonnie and Trish from Uncommon Reviews created this project. The main supply needed to create this project is Mod Podge. All the supplies are listed below, and to find the complete instructions click here.
Paper Mache Letters… BOO, Wooden Plaque, Fabric of Choice, Mini Pom Pom Trim, Plaid Black Acrylic Paint, Outdoor Mod Podge, Wooden Bat Cutouts, Black Heavy Gauge Floral Wire, Glow-In-The-Dark Mod Podge, Glue Gun and Glue sticks, Black Felt
Are you looking for a cool craft project to amaze your little ones? If so I have the solution for you. Your kids will go bananas over these fun and super easy painting projects. The projects are fail proof and the results always hit a home run. Get your Pinterest button ready, because these projects are keepers! FolkArt paint always does the trick! New techniques that work = Awesome results!
Fun Marbled Project by Housing A Forest
Abstract Paintings by Tinker Lab
Rainbows With Q – Tips by Makes and Takes
Paint Pouring By Housing A Forest
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Not everything you create for Halloween needs to be scary, it can be decorative as well. Take this Halloween Table Runner, it is the perfect way to dress up your table for this holiday. Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage created this project, and in it she used a very special product, Mod Podge photo transfer medium. With this you can create decals or appliques from any original photo. Use it on hard surfaces or fabrics that you can hand wash. To learn how to create your own runner click here to see the step-by-step instructions.
Supplies you will need:
Do you enjoy crafting with glass? Glass is a great surface to craft on. It comes in several sizes, and many glass surfaces can be used not just as decor around your home, but also as a place to store trinkets and miscellaneous items. Since glass is so versatile it makes it a great surface to use during the Halloween season. The possibilities are endless on the type of Halloween projects you can create with glass. In case you are stumped on Halloween glass project ideas, we’ve got you covered. Below are 7 great glass projects that are perfect for Halloween.
Martha Stewart Crafts Spider Web Hurricane created with Martha Stewart craft paints and glitter
Skull Glass Block created with Gallery Glass
Vampire Vittles Candy Jar created with FolkArt enamel paint
Are you planning to throw a Halloween bash next month? If so, have you thought about your serving decorations? We have the perfect suggestion to give your glasses a frightful look. Check out these Halloween Glasses created with Martha Stewart craft paints and stencils. Making these glasses is sure to make your party a hit. Everyone will be talking about how creative and fun these glasses are. Fill these glasses with some scary looking drinks, and see which one of your guests is brave enough to try it. Below are all the supplies you will need for this project, and for the instructions click here.
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint – Tartan Red
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint – Beetle Black
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Foam Pouncers Set – 6pc
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Holiday Icons II Adhesive Stencils
Your Monday just got a whole lot more exciting. We have great news to share, we are continuing to giveaway new goodies from the Martha Stewart Craft Glass line. This week we are giving away 7 of the new glass paints, 2 adhesive stencil patterns, and 2 glass painting tool sets. The centerpiece of the Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Paint Program is the new, specifically formulated paint for glass and ceramic surfaces. Featuring a lovely palette of 120 colors hand-selected by Martha, the paint beautifully enhances glass and ceramics. Adhesive stencils are ideal for using on curved surfaces like vases, bottles, and pottery. They’re repositionable and removable for precise placement. A broad selection of tools, applicators and accessories are the perfect complement to the Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Paint Program.
1 lucky Paint Me Plaid reader will win this giveaway. All of the new Martha Stewart Craft Glass paint program is exclusively available at Michaels.
Martha Stewart Craft Glass Paints
Glass Tools and Accessories
Here is an example of what you can do with the new glass paints and adhesive stencils. See how this project was made here.
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