February 29, 2012
I love dogs, don’t you? I often see people make wearable craft projects for their pooches, but I rarely see people incorporate them into the actual project. It’s this that immediately caught my eye in this project. I this painting project on, Hearts and Laserbeams. These dog paintings are so cute. They were created using craft paint from the Martha Stewart line, and the Martha Stewart spray paint kit. To learn how this project was created click, here. Also, by visiting Hearts and Laserbeams, you not only will learn how to make this project, but you will have the chance to win the Martha Stewart spray paint kit. Learn more about this contest here.
November 11, 2011
Thanks to everyone that entered our Martha Stewart Spray Kit giveaway. In this giveaway we are giving away 2 Martha Stewart Spray Kit-Gloss Finish.
The winners are…
Gina & Kristina
(Winners will be contacted via email)
In case you did not win this week’s giveaway, don’t worry we will be announcing another giveaway shortly. Make sure you check back here on Paint Me Plaid daily, so you won’t miss out for your next chance to enter a great giveaway.
November 8, 2011
Hooray It’s giveaway time again here on Paint Me Plaid. The new Martha Stewart Craft line is very extensive, and has so many amazing products to craft with. Well in this giveaway we wanted the prize to be an item that has been getting tons of great buzz. We are giving away the new Martha Stewart Spray Kit-Gloss Finish.
This revolutionary kit converts any High Gloss, Metallic or Pearl brush-on Martha Stewart Crafts Acrylic Paint into a spray paint. Mix desired color with medium, attach sprayer, then apply paint. Includes 1.9oz sprayer, 6oz spray medium, 2 mixing bottles with caps. We are giving away this prize to two lucky Paint Me Plaid readers. If you are looking for some craft projects to make using this spray kit, check out the project below.
Click here to get the instructions on how to re-create these Holiday Harvest Hurricanes. A great craft to make for this time of year. Also several craft bloggers have used the Martha Stewart Spray Paint Kit to create wonderful projects. Check out this one from Little Birdie Secrets, and Kojo Designs.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below, telling us what craft project you would create using the spray paint kit.
For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):
Follow @PlaidCrafts on Twitter
Like Plaid on Facebook and let us know you entered the giveaway
Check out our sister blog, Plaid Kid’s Crafts, and let us know a project you find there that you think is cool
Entries will be accepted beginning today, and end on Friday November 11th at 12pm EST. We will announce the winner on Friday afternoon November 11th.
November 8, 2011
Plaidie Laddie is back today, and ready to help tackle any urgent craft and painting questions. Don’t be alarmed by his fur and paws, he is a very skilled and knowledgeable crafter. For those of you who may be new to our blog, Plaidie Laddie is our loyal Plaid pooch, and one of our blog contributors. Throughout the month he helps answer your most burning craft and painting questions. This week we have two questions concerning the new spray paint kit from Martha Stewart.
“Dear Plaidie Laddie, I have been a long time customer and fan of Plaid craft products. I was so excited when I learned of the new Martha Stewart craft line. I have bought several items, such as paints, and stencils. I am interested in getting the spray paint kit, however I wanted to know, on what surfaces can I spray paint, and how should I clean my tools? Any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.” – Jennifer from Columbus, Ohio
Jennifer thank you very much for your questions. This spray paint kit can be applied on wood, tin, ceramic, glass, terra cotta, canvas, plastic, papier-mâché, Styrofoam, and plaster. On glass and ceramics, use for decorative purposes only; do not use where surface will come into contact with food or beverages. In order clean the spray paint kit remove sprayer from bottle immediately after use. Cap and store unused paint mixture. Remove plastic tube and rinse under running water. Reattach tube and place in cup of water. Spray away from you until water runs clear.
We received these questions via email. If you would like to ask Plaidie Laddie a question please send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line please title it Plaidie Laddie Question.