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How do you store all your whatnots? You know all the little knickknacks you have around your home. From bobby pins, to nails, to rubber bands, where do you organize all these items? How about putting them in glass containers? Not just any glass container, but these awesome Handmade Charlotte containers.
Jump for joy and throw glitter in the air, its Friday! You have made it through the workweek, and now you will have two whole days to get creative. The weekend is a perfect time to work on a home décor craft project. During the spring season many people decide to perform room makeovers, and one of the easiest ways to add a new accent piece is to make it yourself.
Do you know how to stencil properly? It’s ok if you don’t, many crafters do not stencil properly. In this video you will learn how to use stencils correctly. Stenciling is a timeless craft technique that can be incorporated into several projects. Often times people make the same common mistakes when stenciling. Rachel from the popular craft blog, Handmade Charlotte will show you how to properly stencil you next project. In this step by step video learn how to eliminate bleed through, and other common stencil mistakes.
Inspired by my friend Emily Meyer’s recent trip to South Africa for Tea Collection, the kids and I decided to make our very own parade of safari animal puppets. You can, too! This super fun craft takes only a few minutes to assemble using craft dowels, FolkArt® Handmade Charlotte™ Stencils, FolkArt® acrylic paint, and paper. Your kids will have a ball marching the safari animals around the house.
Let’s get started with the easy-to-follow directions! This truly is a fail-proof craft, I promise
The craft world is buzzing about the new FolkArt Handmade Charlotte stencils. Select craft bloggers recently received a sneak peak and created some amazing projects using them. Rachel Faucett, the author-designer behind the popular blog, Handmade Charlotte, translates her modern, fun aesthetic into a line of functional, family friendly stencils. Designs are easy to use and come to life with FolkArt paint. Over on Worth Pinning, Carrie created this hand painted stool using the new FolkArt Handmade Charlotte stencils and FolkArt paints. This stool is adorable. It is just too cute. To see how Carrie created this project visit her blog here.