November 12, 2012
It’s the start of a new week, so that means it’s time to start another giveaway. You are going to love what’s up for grabs this week. One lucky Paint Me Plaid winner will receive this Martha Stewart Transparent Gloss Glass Paint Set. This set has a pre-selected palette of eight 2oz colors in a convenient set of premium frost translucent glass paint that is specially formulated for use on glass, ceramic, and non-porous surfaces. The paints’ transparent color provides superior coverage-perfect for all glass painting techniques, including stenciling, silkscreening, and outlining. Set includes one of each of the following colors: Summer Linen, Yellow Jacket, Mace, Bubble Gum, Sweet Pea, Blue Calico, Sea Lavender, and Pea Shoot.
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The contest will end Friday November 16th, 2012 at 12 noon EST.
November 12, 2012
Welcome back from the weekend. To start your week off we wanted to share with you this amazing project designed by Julie Lewis. Create these thanks giving painted bottles. They are a beautiful statement for your mantel or holiday table. This collection of recycled bottles are given a a new purpose with FolkArt® Enamels™ paint and an elegant alphabet stencil. A touch of glitter on simple jute trim adds the final touch. So easy to create!…Here is all you will need:
FolkArt® Enamels™ Paint – 4005 Autumn Leaves, 4014 Burnt Sienna, 4015 Yellow Ochre, 4032 Licorice, 4119 Yellow Citron, 4121 Forest Moss, 4140 Aqua, FolkArt® Extreme Glitter – 2786 Gold, Stencil Decor® – 27751` Victorian Alphabet Upper Case
Assorted bottles, Glue, Toothpicks, Round brush, Daubers/Spouncers, Scissors, Rubbing alcohol, Wax paper, Paper towels, Foam plates
Assemble your supplies. Thoroughly wash your bottles with mild soap and water. Wipe with rubbing alcohol to remove any residue.
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