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I don’t know about you but one of my favorite things I love about the fall is all the get together people throw. Many of these parties happen around a football game or at a tailgate. Of course there are tons of goodies to eat, but if you are looking for a neat way to add some special decor try making this striped soda tin. This is a perfect way to store and keep your sodas cool. This project is a beginner level craft and it will take 1 to 2 hours to complete. The vibrant colors used throughout are all FolkArt outdoor paint. Below you find a list of all the supplies needed, along with the instructions for how to complete this project.
FolkArt® Outdoor Paint – Yellow Citron, Grass Green, Fresh Foliage, Pure Orange, Light Blue and Licorice
FolkArt® Home Décor Stencil – Block Alphabet
Craft Tape – ½”
Paintbrushes – ¼” Stencil Brush and ½” Stencil Brush
Have you ever used FolkArt outdoor paint? The summer is the perfect time to use this paint. There are several craft projects you can make, including birdhouses. In this video Candie Cooper will introduce you to FolkArt outdoor paint, by showing you how to create a DIY birdhouse. This whimsical paint craft project features FolkArt Outdoor Acrylics and Metallics, and Outdoor Sealer for a decorative birdhouse that will stay beautiful outdoors or in. Click the image below to watch, or click here. Enjoy!
Happy Friday Do you have any craft plans for the weekend? If not, might we suggest you create this outdoor rainbow clock. This clock is so cool and very creative. Heidi from Mom’s Crafty Space created this project and she was able to find all her supplies in one place, Walmart. This project is perfect to create during this time of year, because it is so bright and colorful. Heidi created this clock from a plant stand, and used several FolkArt paints. Be creative this weekend and craft. Click here to see how this project was created.
TGIF! It’s Friday, and that means the weekend is here. The weekend is the best time to craft. In case you are looking for something to make, I wanted to share this Anthropologie Inspired House Number Plaque. This is a great project to create for your home; it is a great outdoor project. FolkArt outdoors paints, and Martha Stewart glitter paint was used to create this project. I love how colorful and fun this plaque is. You can definitely get as creative as you want. I discovered this project on a craft blog, called Hating Martha. Don’t be alarmed by the name, Janel the creator of the blog does not hate Martha. She actually loves her, but the name of her blog comes from the idea that she does not believe everything you create has to be or look perfect. It’s a fun blog with great craft projects, such as this one. To see how Janel made this house number plaque, click here.