November 19, 2011
In your downtime this weekend check out these two new craft how to videos. One video is from Plaid Craft TV’s hosts, Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza. Watch their video to learn how to make a Birthday Chalkboard using FolkArt craft paint.
The second video we want to share with you is from, Ana, with When Creativity Knocks. In this video watch to learn how to create Plaid Nautical Ornaments using paint from the Martha Stewart craft line.
Also we want to remind you all of our Crafty Christmas Contest. We’d like to see your best Christmas or winter holiday projects. Send us a photo of your favorite Christmas creation which uses at least one Plaid product. Beginning November 18 and for the next 5 Festive Fridays–Plaid staff will select their favorite project of the week and award a $50-value basket of Plaid products. After week 5, we’ll select a grand prize winner from the previous weekly winners. The winner will be awarded $100 and even more products from Plaid! To see all contest details, and to enter click, here.
November 12, 2011
Our craft friend Ana from, When Creativity Knocks, recently made this video showing you how to make dazzling wine glasses. She used Plaid’s new Martha Stewart paints and stencils. These glasses are great! Perfect to make for an upcoming holiday party. Click here to see the video, and follow along re-creating this adorable project.
October 22, 2011
Do you watch craft videos? Well if you don’t, you are missing out. Craft videos are a great educational resource, and a great way to get new inspiration for your next project. We wanted to share with you two new videos that feature craft products from Plaid.
Want to learn how to make a masquerade mask? Then check out this video from Cathie and Steve, featuring Mark Montano. This video is just in time for the Halloween season, or anytime of year.
Our friends over at When Creativity Knocks, recently created this great video tutorial on how to make a Halloween Tote. This tutorial is simple and fun to make. It features fabric Mod Podge. Click here to watch and learn.