Have you been on YouTube lately to look for craft tutorials? If not you are missing out on some awesome craft videos. Recently we saw this DIY how to video, from Debi Beard and just had to share it. This is a fun tutorial that will show you how to cover a chair with glitter! To do this all you will need is some paint, glitter, rhinestones, and Mod Podge. Watch the video below or click here to view. Add gold paint and rhinestones for extra glam!
Happy Friday! It’s time to announce the winner of this week’s giveaway. This week we’re are giving away some great items you’re sure to love. The items up for grabs are 2 FolkArt Chunk Glitter paints in Gold and Silver, along with a 4oz. bottle of FolkArt Crackle Medium. 1 lucky Paint Me Plaid reader will win this awesome paint prize pack. The winner is…
(Winner has been contacted via email)
In case you did not win this week’s giveaway, don’t worry we will be announcing another giveaway very soon. Make sure you subscribe and check back here on Paint Me Plaid daily, so you won’t miss out for your next chance to enter a great giveaway. Have a great weekend & Happy Mother’s Day
The countdown for Prom season is underway. Millions of teenagers are gearing up for their Cinderella moment at their high school Prom. When shopping for the Prom usually most people feel the dress is the most important item, and while that’s true, the shoes you will wear are also a very crucial item. Often times when shopping for that perfect pair of shoes, you can create in your mind what you want, but not be able to locate them in the stores or online. If this sounds like you then we have a solution for you, design your own Prom shoe.
Let the countdown begin to Easter. With less than two weeks to go, have you completed all your Easter decorating? If not, no worries we’re here to help. Easter would not be complete without the timeless Easter egg. Easter eggs are an item you can get very crafty with. The possibilities are endless with what you can create. Don’t take our word for it; just see below for 6 creative ideas. We hope you like them.
Attention! Attention! If you are obsessed with glitter and bling, then you are going to love this crafty video. We recently stumbled across this awesome how to video hosted by Brittani. Watch as she blings out her iPhone case, iPad case, ear buds, and computer mouse using Mod Podge and glitter. This video is inspiring, because all these projects are so easy to make. We hope after you watch you head over to your local craft store to jazz up one of your tech accessories. To watch this video click here or play below.
Glitter is a trend that never goes out of style. It is something you can see in fashion items all year round. If you are obsessed with glitter, like many of us here at Plaid are, then you are going to love making this DIY Glitter Clutch. Add a little sparkle and glam to any large or small clutch by adorning it with glitter. Tiffany from I am Style-ish made this clutch using Mod Podge and Martha Stewart glitter. It is a great upcycle project that can instantly take an old clutch from drab to fab. Tiffany shows you instructions over on her blog. Please click here to view.
We hope you are enjoying the start of your weekend. The other week when we were at the winter CHA show, Kristen from Glitter n Glue demoed an awesome craft project in our booth using Martha Stewart liquid gilding paint. Kristen is a fan not only of our Martha Stewart paints, she love Mod Podge. She recently constructed this fabulous DIY Glitter Accent Bowl. A mixture of glitter and Mod Podge can help you create an accent bowl that will add a little sparkle to any table. Click below to watch or view here.
Here’s a fun fact, January is the most popular month for people to get engaged. Did you know that? It seems this is such a popular month to get engaged, because many of those couples get married in the coming spring and summer months. If you are recently engaged then we have a great DIY weeding project to share with you. Check out these DIY Glittered Canvas Table Numbers. How cute are these? We discovered these table numbers on the blog, Something Turquoise. Jen made this project using canvases, Martha Stewart paints, and Mod Podge. Click here to see step-by-step instructions on how to make these for yourself.
Wow what a trip. We recently just got back from attending the Winter CHA 2013 show in sunny Anaheim California. Unfortunately while we were out there, the weather was cold and very windy. No matter the show was inside and warm. There were tons to see and do at the show, and we had the best booth there. Don’t take our word for it, everyday people came up to our booth to compliment it. We had tons of activity going on in our booth.
Happy first Friday of 2013! The first week of the year is coming to an end, and the weekend is upon us. Are you well rested from your holiday break/vacation? For many people they will use this weekend to complete packing up their holiday decorations and getting rid of their Christmas Trees. Before you pack up all those holiday items take a good look at what can be repurposed into your next craft project. Grace from Design Sponge did exactly that with her leftover holiday supplies, and used them to create these fabulous DIY Phone Cases. These cases were created using a few supplies including Mod Podge and glitter. To learn how to create a phone case for yourself, visit her blog here. We hope you have a wonderful crafty weekend.