Do you have a favorite Christmas saying? There are several to choose from including Noel, Joy to the World, and one of the most popular, Ho, Ho, Ho! This holiday season why not place your favorite saying into a craft project? This is exactly what Amy from Mom Spark did. Amy created this Ho Ho Ho décor using Mod Podge. This project is perfect to display on a mantle or table in your home. With only a few days left till Christmas, this would be a great project to make this weekend. To learn about all the supplies you will need, and the complete instructions for this project click here.
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.
You’re in for a treat today, we have found a great holiday craft how to video from Hey Kayli. Today she will show you her one of her favorite things she has made this year for Christmas. In this video she shows two projects that include tons of glitter and Mod Podge. Try this project over the weekend. We hope you enjoy it, and have a Merry Christmas
Start a family tradition by making at least one handmade ornament each year. You’ll be surprised how fast time flies and before long your entire tree will be filled with lovely treasures that were made by you! We found 12 awesome holiday tutorials that will definitely spark your holiday craft engines!
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Create a darling Snow Family for the holidays. This is project is a great one for kids and parents alike. The snowmen are a snap to create, so heat up some hot cocoa and get to work! This is a great project for children. Spread out the embellishments and paint and let them go crazy decorating their snow people. You will be amazed by the creative ideas they will come up with! Laura Bray designed this project with Apple Barrel paints and Styrofoam. Below you will find all the supplies needed along with their step by step instructions. This project is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. Enjoy!
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.
When was the last time you made a Christmas wish list? We bet it’s been awhile, so this holiday season we want to spread some Christmas cheer. We want you to create a Christmas Craft Wish List. Show us what you like for a chance to win 12 Plaid Craft products.
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Is one of your favorite things about the holidays Santa Claus? Be honest. Whether your 5 or 65 years old people of all ages love Santa. If you are looking for a new and creative way to celebrate Santa then make these Santa Candleholders. Kindra Boroff designed this project using FolkArt Enamel and Extreme Glitter paints. This project makes a wonderful centerpiece on your holiday table, or place on top of a fireplace. This eye-catching craft is not for a beginner crafter. This is perfect for an intermediate or advanced level crafter. To see all the supplies you will need, along with the complete instructions see below.
Tis the season for gift giving, and who doesn’t like to receive and give gifts? Today we have a great craft project to show you, check out these decked out Gift Boxes designed by Debbie Saenz. This project will add festive fun to any party table. When the party is over fill these with candies and give as a gift! These boxes were made with Mod Podge Matte. Want to make your own gift boxes? Well check out a list of all the supplies you will need, along with their instructions. Enjoy!
Looking for an easy and fun Christmas project? Well we have just the thing. Make these Triangle Popsicle stick tree ornaments. Triangle Popsicle stick Christmas decorations are a fun, festive way to get into the holiday spirit. Make triangle Popsicle stick Christmas decorations with help from Coryanne Ettiene. Today she will show you how to make beautiful Christmas tree ornaments, using Popsicle sticks. Many people haven’t crafted with Popsicle sticks since they were kids, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Popsicle sticks are great to craft with at any age. In this video Coryanne will show you how to create some Christmas decorations using some Mod Podge and FolkArt Acrylic paint. See the video below or click here to watch.
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