Blue is my favorite color, so of course I’m enamoured with these bold and modern glass vases from Cathie and Steve for Plaid. I promise you quick and easy projects for the weekend, and these deliver. You simply need a few FolkArt Enamels colors and some glass vases (which you can get from the thrift store). You won’t believe how quickly you can make these; the longest part of the process is the drying time! Find the complete instructions here.
Happy Father’s Day! Did you know that the first Father’s Day was in 1972? Fast Company has compiled a fun graphic with tons of Father’s Day facts – click on the above image to enlarge and read. Enjoy your day!
Father’s Day is quick approaching – have you made anything for the Dad in your life yet? If not, this is an easy project that won’t break the bank, especially if you recycle something old of his. Cathie and Steve painted this shirt above with FolkArt Fabric and some random foam shapes/stencils. All you need is three colors of paint, and you can purchase a new shirt or pull an old favorite out of dad’s closet that he hasn’t worn in awhile. Look for the instructions here.
Father’s Day is coming up quickly (June 20th), and I’m well aware of how difficult it is to find something to make for that special guy in your life. It reminds me of the time that I bought a leg lamp from A Christmas Story for my dad and a few years later found it unopened in the garage sale pile. You’ll be pleased to know that I rescued it and it’s now at work! Okay, maybe not the best choice of gifts.
I was drawn to this #1 Dad suncatcher because of the color palette (love my blues and greens) as well as the thought that my dad would probably actually use this. He could hang it at work or in his home office. If you have children, this is especially awesome because Gallery Glass is easy for children to use. Get the instructions for the project here.