Stop paint from bleeding under your stencils with these easy tips! Plus make a quick DIY wood sign with a frame with chalk paint and your favorite craft stencil design.
Inside: How to use acrylic craft paint to customize modern wood block bookends to match your decor. BONUS: all the supplies can be found at Target! This post has been sponsored by Plaid Crafts. All opinions are 100% mine. Bookends are one of the easiest accessories to use to dress up any space. Especially bookshelves! Any item that has some weight and heft to it
Nothing says summer like fresh fruit!! These DIY terra cotta pots are easy to paint with basic craft supplies; all you need is paint and terra cotta pots. Even better, you can score these pots at 99 Cents Only Stores for $0.99 for the pot and another $0.99 for the saucer. If you plan to use these for crafts, there’s no need to grab the
Walnut Hollow and DecoArt provided product to me to write this post. This blog runs on Starbuck’s chili mochas so when you click on the affiliate links in this post and buy the awesome stuff we linked to, the shop pays us coin to keep the latte power on. All opinions in this post are 100% my own. Painting plaid sounds easy but if you
We’re excited to be participating in the Halloween edition of Craft Lightning, which is all crafts that can be made in 15 minutes or less. These “creepy hands” make great mantle decor, creepy centerpieces, and are perfect in a candy bowl. You can find paper mache hands and shapes at most craft stores at this time of year. The technique we’ll use to make these
Ever since Snapchat released new stickers, I totally love them!! We are always joking around about being “basic” and I have wanted to make a fun Snapchat bag or patch or something with the Basic Avocado Snapchat sticker. I got a free tote bag with a logo printed on it at a conference I went to. It was perfect for this! In this tutorial I
I really love sharing cool, new practical products with you. Part of what is so fun as a blogger is that brands ask me to do reviews of their products. I don’t always say “yes” because I want to make sure the product is going to be something I would actually use, that it works, and that it is something I think you will enjoy
Welcome to the Stencil Girl “The BOOK” Blog Hop! The StencilGirl team has been waiting and waiting to share with you what we did with Mary Beth Shaw’s book, Stencil Girl! There are so many fun techniques in this book we hope that you sit back and get inspired to try a few (or all of them). Today I created a project featuring the “Woulda Coulda Wood Burn” wood burning techniques from