Month of Martha Giveaway. Enter Today! (Week # 4)

To celebrate the release of the new Martha Stewart craft line, available at Michaels nationwide now! We here at Plaid are hosting a giveaway. But this is not just any giveaway, this is a Month of Martha Giveaway. Every week for a month, we will hold a giveaway, that will have a different prize from the new line up for grabs. We are giving away this amazing prize pack to 2 lucky Paint Me Plaid blog readers. This is the LAST week in this giveaway series. This week’s giveaway is going to be a prize pack filled with the following:

One of the brand new Martha Stewart Stencil Designs

One Martha Stewart Roller and Tray

A 3 color assortment of paint from the new Martha Stewart paint line

All you have to do is leave a comment below telling us what you would create using any or all of the items in the prize pack? For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):

Check out our sister blog, Plaid Kid’s Crafts, and let us know a project you find there that you think is cool.

Like Plaid on Facebook and let us know you entered the giveaway.

Follow @PlaidCrafts on Twitter.

The contest will end Friday September 23rd at 12 noon EST.

212 Comments to “Month of Martha Giveaway. Enter Today! (Week # 4)”

  1. Marvelous, what a web site it is! This website gives valuable facts to us, keep it up.

  2. I love Martha’s paints! I would probably stencil on some gourds!

  3. I would use the stencils on a skirt.


  4. Thank you for the giveaway! I’ve already got several projects I could use these products for!

  5. I would stencil tote bags for my painting groups fund raiser.

  6. I would make sets of stenciled glassware for holiday gifts

  7. Using a roller makes stenciling easier and faster. I’d like to design some new pillows for my sofa using stencils.

  8. I use stencils to base coat designs and then use my brush to add detail.

  9. I would love to add some flair to my art journal

  10. i like the painted glass Halloween projects for kids crafts…I love plaid…I used to be an ambassador certified demonstrator for Plaid 14 years ago. Do they do that anymore. I did demo’s in Joann’s ETC, Micheal’s and Lowes.

  11. I would teach my home school art class how to stencil on T-shirts…..Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway.

  12. I liked you on FB Plaid all ready!

  13. just got my prize from last weeks giveaway, thanks Plaid and Martha

  14. I would love to stencil some cards and maybe some walls too.

  15. I haven’t stenciled in a long time, so I think I would try it on cards, frames, decorate my art studio! Hope I WIN!

  16. I would use anything Martha for anything I could!

  17. Plain and simple it would be nice just to win. I have several projects I want to start – from painting on glass for candle holders, painting a street address sign, painting a rocking chair and last but not least revamping an old dresser.

  18. Such a fan of MS…would love this…

  19. I follow on Twitter also! @CheSaysCheryl

  20. I have the top of a table I recently refinished that needs a bit of pizazz! The stencils would be awesome for that!

  21. I Love all the Martha Stewart products! I love to paint and I would paint on candles.
    Thanks for all the great ideas and products!

  22. I Love to Paint! I would paint some mailboxes!

  23. I would love to use this with some scrapbooking paper, to make some unique resin charms!

  24. I’m a painter! I would love to paint a “Welcome” slate.
    Thank you!

  25. I would love to stencil the inside of my clothes closet with fun patterns and colours~

  26. The monster glasses on the front page of Plaid Kid’s Crafts are soooo cute!

  27. upcycling frames and other junk

  28. I would love to make some cards with these stencils.

  29. On Plaid Kid’s Crafts, I LOVE the Chalkboard Paint projects. I also loved the Halloween bags!!

  30. I follow Plaid on Facebook

  31. I can see some cards, wood art and a little decorating in my little ones new bedroom!

  32. …and already like plaid on facebook! 🙂

  33. could use these for some home decor projects…

  34. Already a Plaid Fan on FB! I posted that I entered!

  35. I am in love with your chalkboard/ruler flower pot for teachers on the kid craft site. When my little one starts school I think we will be making it!

  36. I have a serving tray that needs a makeover and this would be perfect!

  37. I would make something for my kitchen. I think I need a new apron. Can’t wait to try the new paint on fabric. Might use some of the stencil on my apron as well.

  38. I have followed MARTHA my whole life! She has inspired me so much. I would love to paint my plant pots, make wooden wall haingings, decorate my walls…..I have paintings to finish, canvas to create and so much more. The possabilities are endless. I would love o have these tols.

  39. i like you featured post on plaid kids blog of the Martha Stewart Halloween Goodie Bags, i made some like those each year for my grandsons school halloween party and put there treats in them, love the idea thanks
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  40. i follow you on twitter as @itsallnew2me
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  41. i like you on facebook as julie cutshaw
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  42. I have a spare room that I use for crafting with my three grandchildren. We just picked out Martha Stewart wall paint and we could have so much fun stencilling designs on the walls. We would love to win this!

  43. I would definitely try making some fun scrapbook layouts cards with misters (using the stencils) or a mixed media project using a “spackle” like material to give a 3D quality to the stencil designs. I’d use the paint to accent or distress pages. The roller…hmmmm…I might use it to ink resist my creations. Maybe layer different parts of the roller with different inks to create fun color combinations and blending (like a brayer).

  44. I would use all 3 products to stencil on a beautiful scene onto my stepping stones, and inside the dish plate of my birdbath to match, thanks
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  45. I would love to try the stencils,paints on a wall hanging and on paper clay,tote bag ..I have not seen the stencils or the paint where I live and would love to have them….

  46. I will be stenciling glassware for holiday gifts.

  47. I need to start making my holiday cards. These paints would be part of that.

  48. These would be lovely to decorate a painted dresser for my granddaughter…. 🙂

  49. I would use the stencils to make some wall art for my living room that is crying for attention! 🙂

  50. I follow Plaid on Twitter @auntiethesis

  51. I like Plaid on Facebook: Michelle Hudak

  52. From the Plaid Kids Crafts site I really like the Bat Ornament tutorial. It looks so easy and would be great to hang on a spooky old branch painted black and hung by my fireplace mantel.

  53. I have a wood cornice I made to hang over my attic windows. How fun it would be to stencil the wood and make it unique! I have some matching fabric I could use to make curtains to coordinate on the bottom half of the windows.

  54. On Plaid kids Crafts I like the Locker Letter magnet.

  55. There’s so much I would do with the stencils…notecards, unfinished wood crafts, tote bags, unfinished furniture and the list goes on!

  56. I already “Like” Plaid on Facebook.

  57. I would make notecards and decorate gift bags

  58. I would use the stencils in art journaling

  59. . I would use these stencils and paints to make canvas art and maybe do some stencils on my craft room wall..


  60. I would use the stencils and the awesome collection of paints for numerous arts and crafts. If I win, I would like my prize to go to Kathy Hawkins (who has cancer) for her to use to make cards for all the people who have been there for her during these trying times. Kathleen

  61. On the Plaid Kids Crafts, I fell in love with the Kids Letter Locker Magnet. It would also look good on my granddaughters wall without the magnets on back. Kathleen

  62. I follow and like Plaid on Facebook. Kathleen

  63. Can’t wait to start making Christmas ornaments with Martha’s glitter paint.

  64. I would stencil my new bedsheet covers! They’re so plain; they need some sprucing up 😀


  65. Oh i want to win!! I would make pillows for my bedroom that needs an uplift! I love all the new things from Martha and Plaid Paints!

  66. I ‘Like’ Plaid on facebook!

  67. Just checked out Plaid Kids Craft Blog and I love the cute locker letter magnet! I would like to make one for my scraproom!

  68. I have several dollar store tote bags that I would love to revamp with these awesome stencils and paint! Oh, and I would love to create some Halloween decor, too!

  69. Brenda Hendrickson
    Septemper 20, 2011

    I would stenicl my cards that I make, on the walls in my craft room and any other room where it would match. I would also use the paints for the cards and scrapbook items that I like to add to my pages and cards. There would just be so much that could be done I think it is un nameable of the things that could be done with this kit.

  70. I would stencil flower pots to pack with bulbs for holiday presents, plus cards, gift wrap.

  71. i would stencil an old serving tray that i just painted and sanded to give the shabby chic vibe 🙂

  72. I would stencil cards, gift bags, clay pots, wood crafts with your new line of MS Paints….love your website. Winning would make my day on Friday – our 44th wedding anniversary!

  73. I like Plaid on Facebook.

  74. I follow Plaid Crafts on twitter.

  75. I would use the stencils and paint to make cards/general crafts. Maybe something for my mom’s birthday next month.

  76. Oh my, so many stencils to choose from, winning this prize would make it much simplier, because you would choose, I am just so excited over this new line of MS. I am going through the house looking for things to pretty up with MS.. love it all.

  77. I love rollers for basecoating projects. It leaves such an even coat.

  78. I love all of Martha’s new products. I’ve used some of them already and they are so easy to use! Great results

  79. I need to perk up the kitchen a little, I’m thinking about stenciling the cabinet doors, this package would do the trick, thanks for the opportunity to win it.

  80. I am mostly stuck at home because of cancer. I would use the new products to make cards for all the people that have been here for me, since I can’t get out and buy cards. I am a 50 year vet of decorative painting.

  81. I would use these fine prizes to liven up my art journal.

  82. I would use the stencils to trim around my doorways, I wanted to paint something around them and this is perfect!

  83. I would use the stencils with one of the texture products available to give an art piece some dimension.

  84. I think it would be fun to use these items to create altered items. I might even use the stencils on a scrapbook layout or card. Thanks for a chance to win some great new products!!

  85. I would use it on everything I make – I would paint on paper, fabric, duck tape, wood, glass projects and anything else – even polymer clay.

  86. i would use these to paint and do beautiful add on;s to my gourd’s that i paint for christmas, they would look good on my snowmen also, i love your new paint;s, i just got my new paint;s by Martha this weekend and i am having so much fun painting my santa;s ,,,thank you for the great new stuff,,and i would love yo win these !!!!! thank you !!! christy

  87. I could have a lot of fune decorating the condo with theses

  88. I’d like to add a stenciled touch to the front of my iPad.

  89. Stenciling kitchen coordinates would be easy with this kit.

  90. I like the Halloween Glow in the Dark Cupcake on Kids Craft.

  91. I would stencil the back of my bookcases

  92. There are SO MANY possibilities with this gift pack, walls, linens, t-shirts, outdoor furniture, indoor furniture, wall decor, gifts, and the list just goes on and on. My biggest challenge would be WHAT TO DO FIRST! 😉

  93. I would stencil my solid color bed linens in a coordinated theme.

  94. I’d love to stencil my lamp shades.

  95. I would love to make some stenciled pillows! The pearl paint would be the perfect touch for that!

  96. The kids letter locker magnet would be great to give to your child and involve them in the process!

  97. The Fall Leaves Suncatcher would be a beautiful project for this time of year.

  98. I’m a fan of Plaid on FB.

  99. I have a big, blank, beige wall in my living that I’d like to stencil some interesting accents onto.

  100. These would be great for art journaling and on my daughter’s bedroom door.

  101. Love the fall leaf coasters at the kids web site. That would be a fun and useful project!

  102. The stencils bring back all kinds of images of stenciled t-shirts and sweatshirts. I’d love to try that with fabric paint.

  103. I follow Plaid on Twitter!

  104. All kinds of Christmas decorations are calling me….and of course Christmas gifts….

  105. I would make cards! I love cards and can use anything on them. Would love something new to try. Thanks for the chance.

  106. From glass to paper the possibilities as well as the surfaces are limitless. I have a bathroom just calling out for paint and stencils as well as my handmade christmas gifts. I find as the economy worsens my imagaination gets better. Most of my christmas gifts will be handmade this year including my cards. I plan on making snowman jars lit from within, cards that have attached book marks and ornaments to name a few things. I could use the assistance of the new Martha Stewart products. Would make my creations a little easier.

  107. I love the Kids Letter Locker Magnet from Kids Crafts.

  108. I just painted this filing cabinet but it needs something more, maybe a stencil. A nice pattern.

  109. ChristmasChristmasChristmas gifts!

  110. I like Plaid on Facebook

  111. I would use it to decorate a chest that needs some updating.

  112. I have been wanting to do some custom tote bags and these are the perfect supplies for that!!! jinglesells at gmail dot com

  113. If I were to win this package, I can picture the most beautiful lamp for a powder room. Glossy pearl on the base, pale green background and pretty butterflies on the shade….. oh, and maybe a matching border high on the wall……. 😉

  114. There is so many projects to do with these tools! Be great on fabrics!

  115. I love Plaids kids crafts too. Look around there with the grandkids to find projects to make. Last one was the coin pouch out of the juice pouches.

  116. I would love to redo my guest bathroom. Thanks for the chance to win.

  117. I would use the stencils in my art journal.

  118. I would love to paint fabric to make pillows. The possibilites are endless and there are so many crafts projects that I could use these on!

  119. I would do 3D stencil art work by using the stencils first on a thin canvas. Then I’d use my coordinating Martha Stewart punches for the next layer. The last step would be stenciling on top of a transparency sheet with foam dots placed in the corners of the sheet to give the illusion of 3D. After everything dries I’d place the art in a frame.

  120. I am a Martha Stewart Craft Junkie and miss buying all the new craft items she comes out with. Since my job moved away to Mexico I’m not able to shop like I did before so I hope I can win this contest and go crafting crazy again. Fingers Crossed!

  121. Oh and I follow on Facebook too.

  122. Hi there, I don’t know if I am eligible to enter as i live in New Zealand but if I am, I would redecorate our rumpus into a kids zone friendly area.

  123. I would use the stencils on a piece of furniture! 🙂

  124. i follow plaid on twitter at living_lalaland!

  125. i like plaid on facebook(chacoyaguayo)& let ya know i entered the giveaway!

  126. love the ‘easy stained glass votives!’

  127. WOW! I would love to stencil a focal wall, make some cards, and add some bling to a few other things!
    Thanks for the opportuntiy;)

  128. I would finish re-doing the kids study room..

  129. the glitter paint would be decorating a fake pumpkin or 4 at my house.

  130. I really like the ModPodge kids clipboards on Plaid Kid’s. Those would be fun for the children to make as part of their teachers’ Christmas gift!

  131. I’d love to stencil my daughter’s bathroom cabinets!!

  132. I am a stencil junkie! I use them on canvases, art journal pages, on and on and on …

  133. I like the Summer Pendant project from the Kid’s Crafts site. The crystal is pretty and I have lots of scrapbook paper scraps to use!

  134. I already like Plaid on fb.

  135. I would stencil an old dresser that needs some TLC!

  136. I think I’d be rollering ivy leaves onto every blank surface in the house. 🙂

  137. I have a friend who is facing a long recovery after a debilitating accident, and I would use these items to make her a series of Get Well cards.

  138. Once spring rolls around I think it would be cute to paint some flower pots in bright pearly patterns… its a long way away but I think it would be worth it! 🙂

  139. I would repaint some outdated frames and stencil some fun patterns as the insert!

  140. I have followed the blog faithfully, but I do remember seeing a post about making a composition notebook into a chalkboard. I thought that was really neat and could be fun and helpful for the kids for at school! I will check out the blog now and then especially when my grandkids are around.

  141. I would love to have the stencils, I would like to the paint and stencils on a pillow. . .with the right stencil I would really make a plain pillow rich looking!

  142. I like Plaid on Facebook

  143. Like the chalkboard composition book on Kids Crafts.

  144. Would love to use these products on furniture.

  145. I have several pieces of furniture that I’ve been wanting to stencil! this would be great!

  146. Oh I’d be painting everywhere! love Martha’s supplies!

  147. I already like you on FB.

  148. I’ve been wanting to make decor pillows and would love to try out this paint for them.

  149. I would stencil candles and coasters and trivets. And maybe some other things, but that’s where I’d start.

  150. I would use them to stencil cards and various other projects. I love Plaid on FB and I love Martha

  151. I would use these products to stencil cards or pillows 🙂

  152. I have liked plaid on facebook.

  153. We’re in the beginning stages of building a new house, and I know those stencils would be fabulous in helping to make it a home. 🙂

  154. I would do many many things for my son with your crafts, including shelves decor and wooden toys.

  155. i like plaid on fb and i commented!

  156. following on twitter @ohsnaplizzie

  157. i totally would have to do the rock project with my kidds! they love crafts almost as much as i do! totally going to follow the plaid crafts kids blog now!!!

  158. oh geez! what wouldn’t i do! i would mos def use it to spruce up the house and my craft room!!!!

  159. With Halloween coming, I’d make something for my granddaughter for storing all her goodies!

  160. I would use these products to create a new mail box for my parents. I love birds and butterflies.

  161. I LOVE the locker magnet project over at Kids Craft! One of the best parts of going back to school is getting together all your new fun supplies!

  162. I have a plain dresser that could use some spunk! I would love to win this giveaway.

  163. Cool idea from the Kids Craft Blg – Ahoy Mate party theme.

  164. I want to use it to make personalized tote bags.

  165. I would love to win the stencils! Tried to get a friend to buy Martha’s doily stencils for me and ship over to Sweden, but she couldn’t find any. :((( I like the Kid’s Crafts Using Rocks at Plaid Kid’s Craft. Such a simple but good craft. Perfect for when the kids are learning to read! 🙂

  166. I would revamp my new mail sorter box in my entrance area of my house with the cool stencils & paint colors! I hope I win! Thanks a bunch!

    Laura R.

  167. oh oh oh i really want this………..

  168. I would use them on my kids’ walls or give them to my daughter and let her do something with them.

  169. I teach decorative painting classes and would LOVE to try out the new Martha Stewart line of paints for our upcoming projects and incorporate some of the stencils in the project.

  170. I like the Advent Origami Cups on the Kids Crafts site. I think I may use them for an Advent Calender for my son who is on a church mission.

  171. Stencils would be great to start off my zentangles.

  172. I could faux frost a design on the glass windows next to my door.

  173. I want to make special coffee mugs for presents!

  174. Perfect for customizing clothing

  175. I would stencil a canvas for my guest room!

  176. I would use them to decorate a dresser that I want to paint and to make Sunday School Handouts for our girls at church. (I make a LOT of handouts!)

  177. I follow Plaid on FB

  178. Oooo Stencils and a roller and paint… Look out walls, here I come…

  179. I have wanted to decorate a few pairs of Keds for my nieces and I would use the paints and the stencils for help and decor.

  180. I would use these on a table I found in a garage sale

  181. I would use these to create cards.

  182. I love the rock decorating on Plaid’s Kids Crafts.

  183. I would use these items for scrapping, card making and home decor. The uses for these products is only limited by your imagination,

  184. I follow Plaid on FB

  185. I would decorate cards 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win…

  186. I already “Like” Plaid on Facebook and let then know I entered the giveaway.!!!!

  187. Oh my I can see cards in the future! I can see using the stencils in my Gourd Art! So many uses! I love the paint.

  188. I’d use those for wood crafts and paper mache projects. I love stenciling designs on trays, birdhouses, and boxes.

  189. On Plaid Kid’s Crafts, I Love the Chalkboard Composition Notebook!!! What a cool idea!!! TFS!

  190. I would love to make a canvas print using the stencils & spray paint! Thanks so much for a chance to win!!

  191. I would decorate my kids walls!

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