Color to us means so many things – it can change your mood, inspire you and communicate a message. We know from our Facebook page that a lot of you have already started crafting for the holidays, so we wanted to provide some color inspiration for the season! Check out four palettes using our family of craft paint brands, including Delta Ceramcoat, FolkArt and Apple Barrel:
It’s the day before Christmas and before we go enjoy the holiday, we wanted to share one more holiday project. There are still a few hours left to craft something for Christmas. Create this vintage snowflake ornament. It is the perfect last minute addition to your tree. Kindra Boroff designed this ornament using FolkArt and Mod Podge. To make your own ornament you will need the supplies listed below, and you can find the instructions here.
- FolkArt ® Artists Pigments™ – Pure Black, 2 oz.
- Mod Podge ® Antique Matte, 8 oz.
Glass ball ornament
Red & white snowflake fabric
Red satin ribbon
In this video hosted by Candie Cooper, watch and learn step by step how to make some adorable raggedy recycled snowmen. These snowmen are created using FolkArt Extreme Giltter paint, Apple Barrel paint, and Styrofoam. This is a quick and easy project that you can make in time for Christmas. To learn even more crafts created by Candie visit her blog, Candie Cooper’s Journal. To view the video click here to watch.
Christmas may be just around the corner, but you still have enough time to fit in a little holiday crafting with the kids. This lovely little toadstool ornament fits the bill perfectly – it’s quick, easy, and the end result delivers big-time fun that the kids will love. Not all that, it’s also a darling little keepsake for the memory-box that you’ll treasure for years to come.
Let’s get started!
Need a last minute gift idea? Well we have you covered. The other day we discovered these snowflake treat containers on the blog, Young Married Chic. Kris created these containers using several Martha Stewart craft products. This is such a chic and easy to make gift. The best thing about this project is that it’s a functional gift that can be used. Kris used Martha Stewart paints, and stencils to design these containers. To see all the supplies you will need along with their instructions click here.
Happy Holidays! We here at Plaid are spreading some crafty cheer this holiday season. We just ended our Pin It To Win It Christmas Contest. For the past 12 days we have been receiving contest entries. Thanks for all the entered. It is now time to announce the winner of this contest. The winner will receive 12 Plaid products that they pinned. The lucky winner is…
Oh we are only about a week away from Christmas. Yay! How is it coming with your holiday decorations? If you still need something to be displayed on a table in your home we have the perfect project, this Santa Centerpiece. Trenice Bishop designed this project using Mod Podge and FolkArt paints. This centerpiece makes a great addition to any holiday table. This project is a beginner level project that will take up to 2 hours to complete. All the materials needed for this centerpiece can be found below, along with the instructions.
During the holidays aside from it being a magical time for children, it is a romantic time for couples. If you are looking for a way to celebrate your love, then we have a great project for you to create. Chris Myer Williams designed this lovely photo transfer glass ornament. In order to make this for yourself you will need some Mod Podge photo transfer medium. This is sure to be an ornament that will be treasured for years. With Mod Podge and photocopies, an exceptional holiday becomes more memorable when you capture those special moments! Click here to see the step by step instructions for this project.