September 25, 2012
Are you planning to throw a Halloween bash next month? If so, have you thought about your serving decorations? We have the perfect suggestion to give your glasses a frightful look. Check out these Halloween Glasses created with Martha Stewart craft paints and stencils. Making these glasses is sure to make your party a hit. Everyone will be talking about how creative and fun these glasses are. Fill these glasses with some scary looking drinks, and see which one of your guests is brave enough to try it. Below are all the supplies you will need for this project, and for the instructions click here.
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint – Tartan Red
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint – Beetle Black
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Foam Pouncers Set – 6pc
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Holiday Icons II Adhesive Stencils
Glassware of your choice. Martha used: 1 Champagne glass and 2 Tumblers
September 5, 2012
OMG! How cute are these adorable pencil pouches? Every student needs a place to store their pencils and pens, and these pouches are the perfect place. They are functional and cute! This is a great back to school project that is very easy to make. We discovered this project on one of favorite craft blogs, Yesterday on Tuesday. Malia designed this project with only a few supplies; of those including Martha Stewart craft paint and an apple. To see step-by-step how Malia made these pouches click here.
September 4, 2012
Wine glasses while elegant looking, can be a bit boring to look at. Well they don’t have to be, try adding a personal touch to a set with Martha Stewart’s glass paints. This is the perfect way to make a special glass for that special moment using Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paints and Adhesive Stencils. It is not only quick to do, it is also easy to create! Change the look of ordinary glass to extraordinary by embellishing with dotwork and scrolls.
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Gloss Opaque Glass Paint – Greek Tile
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Metallic Opaque Glass Paint – Sterling
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Metallic Opaque Glass Paint – Yellow Gold
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Spray Paint Kit
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Paint Dauber and Roller Set, 6pc
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Glass Adhesive Stencils – Bold Serif Alphabet
- Bottle and glasses
- Brush basin or container for water
- Paper towels
- Rubbing alcohol
- Foam plate
Click here to find the complete step by step instructions on how to create these glasses.
August 30, 2012
Want to add some creativity to your coffee cup, or favorite mug? Then why not try painting your own designs on a ceramic mug. Adding a design or personalized touch makes this a great cup for yourself, or a thoughtful and unique gift for someone special. These mugs above were created with Martha Stewart Crafts™ Typewriter Adhesive Stencils, and acrylic paints. You can also save money by painting your own mugs, since they a usually cheaper than printed ones. You can add names, sayings, and more. The only limit when it comes to decorating ceramic mugs is your own creativity. Below is a list of the supplies you will need, and to learn how to make these mugs find the instructions here.
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint – Mace
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint – Green Curry
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint – Surf
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ 2oz Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint – Wedding Cake
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Foam Pouncers Set – 6pc
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Utility Brush Set – 3pc
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Stencil Tape
- Martha Stewart Crafts™ Typewriter Adhesive Stencils
August 22, 2012
If you are a crafter, then you would agree that craft storage is necessary all year round. Between the piles of paint bottles, glue, paper, and fabric scraps your craft room or area could get junky very quickly. While scouring the internet we discovered this creative storage idea, a DIY ribbon holder. Lindsay from The Cottage Mama is the designer of this must have craft storage project. What I really like about this holder is that by stacking ribbons one on top of the other it makes this a space saver, and still easy to spot the ribbon pattern you need. This project is very simple to make, and in addition to some ribbon Lindsay used some high gloss Martha Stewart craft paint. To see how this was made click here.
March 23, 2012
Happy Friday! Any crafting plans for the weekend? Well I know what I will be crafting. I am in need of a spring clutch, and luckily I recently stumbled across this one, found on Ricochet and Away. I love this clutch. It is so fashionable, trendy, and chic. Can you believe this is the result of combining Martha Stewart paint, with Mod Podge? Who knew these two craft supplies would make such a great team. Rikka is the designer of this clutch, and a new fashion DIY blogger friend of ours. She makes some fabulous DIY projects. To see how this clutch was made, click here. Have you used a clutch as a surface in a recent craft project?