Oh we are only about a week away from Christmas. Yay! How is it coming with your holiday decorations? If you still need something to be displayed on a table in your home we have the perfect project, this Santa Centerpiece. Trenice Bishop designed this project using Mod Podge and FolkArt paints. This centerpiece makes a great addition to any holiday table. This project is a beginner level project that will take up to 2 hours to complete. All the materials needed for this centerpiece can be found below, along with the instructions.
Is one of your favorite things about the holidays Santa Claus? Be honest. Whether your 5 or 65 years old people of all ages love Santa. If you are looking for a new and creative way to celebrate Santa then make these Santa Candleholders. Kindra Boroff designed this project using FolkArt Enamel and Extreme Glitter paints. This project makes a wonderful centerpiece on your holiday table, or place on top of a fireplace. This eye-catching craft is not for a beginner crafter. This is perfect for an intermediate or advanced level crafter. To see all the supplies you will need, along with the complete instructions see below.
I’m so pleased to share with you one of the most popular projects on the Plaid Online site – EVER. Isn’t he cute? I love his skinny ankles! Ha ha ha! Seriously though, he is so loved (and has been for years) that I had to share him with you. He was done by internal designer Laura Brunson using Gallery Glass, and I especially like his metallic Liquid Leading. You can make him yourself with the instructions here.
Is it too early to think about holiday decor? Absolutely not in the world of crafts! It may seem like it’s far away, but in crafting terms it’s right around the corner. With the tight economy, handmade gifts are going to be a staple this year. Get it on the crafting action!
Plaid is celebrating the 12 weeks before Christmas, and one of our featured projects is this Santa frame ornament duo. You simply paint the frames, insert some scrapbook paper and then paint the designs within. These are so tiny that it goes quickly – you can have these done in a couple of hours this weekend! Visit the complete instructions here.
I’d also like to remind you that Plaid is having a pretty fantabulous contest to celebrate crafting for the holidays. You can win cash and prizes just for submitting a picture of what you made. Click on the banner above for more details.