February 27, 2013
If you’ve been looking for a new craft technique to try look no further, and hop on the photo transfer trend. Photo transferring is a hot trend in the craft/DIY field right now, and there are thousands of great projects all over the web and Pinterest displaying this technique. One project that recently caught our attention was these silhouette knobs. Karen from The Graphics Fairy, created these unique knobs using Mod Podge photo transfer medium. Have you ever seen anything like this? These knobs would make the perfect addition to any cabinet or dresser drawers in your home. To learn how to make these for yourself, click here to see Karen demonstrate step by step how to make this project. Happy crafting!
(knobs before picture)
February 20, 2013
Want to make some funny glasses? If so, we have the perfect project for you. Check out these DIY Mustache Glasses we discovered over on the craft blog, Number 2 Pencil. Aren’t they awesome? Melissa designed several glasses using a few supplies including, Martha Stewart etching cream. What really caught our attention about this project is that Melissa made different versions of these glasses, with different mustaches. What a great idea! You can make this project yourself. To find out how click here.
February 13, 2013
Have you tried any of the new products from the Martha Stewart glass painting program? If not, you are definitely missing out. People all over the web are creating some craftastic creations using these new products, available at Michaels craft stores nationwide. Check out this jazzed –up stand mixer with Paintable Clings. Emily from 52 Mantels designed this project. She has really taken this ordinary kitchen item, and turned it into something extraordinary. Not only did Emily make this project, she also shows you step by step how to recreate this for your home. Below you will find the first step and click here to see the rest. Enjoy!
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February 6, 2013
Valentine’s Day is next week. Are you ready for this day of love? If you have yet to begin planning or crafting no worries you still have time. Lucky for you there are several quick and easy crafts you can make in time for this holiday. Check out this Mod Podge Recipe Valentine Tray, we discovered on Debbiedoo’s. Debbie used a dollar store tray, pages from a recipe book, and Mod Podge to create this tray. How cute is this? Isn’t it awesome? Once you’re finished making the tray, place candies, or other small trinkets on it. To see how Debbie made this Valentine Tray, visit her blog here.
January 30, 2013
Are you throwing a Super Bowl party this Sunday? If you are, you probably are planning to serve all your party food on traditional paper and plastic plates. While nothing is wrong with going the traditional route you should take a cue from Cheryl and get a bit creative with your party plates. Cheryl from That’s What Che Said created these awesome painted NFL serving dishes. This project was created using several craft products including Martha Stewart craft glass paints and stencils. Even if your favorite team didn’t make it to the big game, you can still have them be apart of your party.
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January 23, 2013
We recently stumbled across an awesome Valentine’s Day craft project created by one of our favorite Mod Podgers, Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks. Amy did a guest post on the craft blog, The Idea Room. In this post she shows you step by step how to create these Valentine’s Day embroidery hoops. Once you complete this project these hoops make for great wall hanging home décor. This is a great project to do on your own or to involve your whole family in. Embroidery hoops are a very popular craft surface right now, and once you start crafting with them you’ll be hooked. To see all the supplies you will need, along with the instructions click here. Happy Vday crafting!
January 9, 2013
The week is half over and we hope you have been productive craft wise. If not, no problem we’re here to help. Check out this great craft project from Mine for the Making. Aren’t these DIY photo coasters great? This is such a fun and easy project for you to make. Let your little ones get in on the action and help. Kara designed this project. Not sure what pictures to put on the coasters, why not use some that you took over the holidays? Once you’ve finished making them they are sure to brighten up your home and mood every time you look at them. To learn how to make these coasters, see the supplies needed below and click here for instructions.
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January 2, 2013
Happy New Years! It’s the start of 2013 and this year we want you to not just think about crafting, but also actually create crafts. Perhaps you did not challenge yourself enough with your projects, or you lost track of time while on Pinterest. Whatever your reason it’s ok, and we are here to help you be your most creative self. Today we want to share a glamorous project we discovered on the DIY blog, P.S. I Made This. Erica created this amazing box clutch using one of our most popular products Mod Podge. This project is not as intimidating as it may look. In fact it is quite simple, and all you need to are four steps. Trace it, cut it, glue it, and wrap it. Click here to see all the materials you will need to make your own clutch, along with the instructions.
December 12, 2012
If you love glitter then you will love this amazing HoliDIY project we stumbled across. During the holiday season glitter becomes an important element that is included in almost every decoration and craft project. Well Dawn from Designed by Dawn Nicole created these cups of glittery goodness. Dawn designed these cups using Mod Podge and of course glitter! We discovered this project on our Facebook page. Dawn shared the project with by leaving a comment on our page. It immediately caught our attention and we felt the need to share it with our blog readers. All the materials needed for this project can be found below, and to see how Dawn made this project click here.
Supplies You’ll Need
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brush
- Fine Glitter (I tried coarse too but fine looks best!)
- Double walled cold cups that come apart
December 5, 2012
Mod Podge + Christmas = Great Holiday Crafts! A must have item for any crafter this Christmas is Mod Podge. The possibilities are endless of what you can make. If you look around the web and Pinterest you’ll find several Mod Podge Christmas crafts. There are so many unique projects out there, like this Christmas Photo Holder. Kadie from Seven Alive designed this project. She used a mixture of Mod Podge and FolkArt products. This is a great craft that the whole family can help make. In the project it uses some of our new rub on holiday words.
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