July 3, 2012
Right before the 4th of July comes around, you begin to see red, white, and blue decorations everywhere. This color palette is very typical this time of year, however after the 4th is over these colors seem to disappear. Don’t be so quick to discard the red, white, and blue color palette. This combination can be used all year round in a room in your home. The living room pictured above is a great example of this. This room does not scream 4th of July, instead it looks very chic and modern. If you are a fan of these colors, don’t be afraid to add them to your home decor. Red, white and blue compliment each other beautifully, if designed well. To see more rooms decorated with these colors check out Home Goods.
This palette was created using FolkArt acrylic paint colors: Barnyard Red # 611, Country Twill # 602, Colbalt Blue # 720, and Ivory White # 427
March 31, 2012
Yesterday we shared a hair accessory project you could create with Mod Podge, and today we wanted to show another Mod Podge craft project. Not sure if you have gotten hooked on watching craft how to videos, but I sure have. I could spend hours watching crafty videos on YouTube, because they are so fun to watch and many are simple to do. In this video you will learn how to make a wooden letter bow holder. The supplies used in this project include a wooden letter, found at Hobby Lobby, scrapbook paper, and Mod Podge. Hope you like it, and create your own. Click the image below, or here to watch.
March 30, 2012
Hooray! It’s Friday, and the weekend is here. Looking for something creative to craft? Try these glittering flower hair clips. Women of all ages love to adorn their hair from time to time with hair accessories. From headbands to hair bows, we all have decorated our heads with something. Here is another accessory option that you can make. This glittering flower clip is very trendy and perfect for spring. I stumbled across this creation, on Pigs in Pajamas. This hair clip was created using flowers from Michaels, mod podge, and glitter. I love this project, because it is so fun and can be decorated in various ways. You can perhaps spray paint the flower, or use glitter paint from FolkArt or Martha Stewart paint lines. The possibilities are endless. Click here to learn step by step, to see how this project was created.