Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. We wanted to share a cool video we recently stumbled upon, from YouTube. Have you heard of red bottoms? Usually the phrase red bottoms refers to the ultra fabulous Christian Louboutin shoes, and their signature red color bottom soles. This red color distinguishes them and sets them apart from other shoes. Well if you are looking for a chic way to make your shoes standout try adding some glitter to the soles. This is such a unique and stylish way to add some pizazz to your heels. Check out this video, and learn step by step how to glitter your bottoms.
Earlier this week we have been talking about some of the hot crafting trends of 2012. One trend that I think always remain in style is, glitter. Glitter can go on anything in my opinion. It is a perfect addition to any craft project, and is absolutely a must for any fashion DIY project. Here is a great example of how glitter can turn an ordinary shirt, into something so stylish and chic. I love this shirt. It was created by Stacie over on, Stars for Streetlights. This is a very cool and simple project. All you need is some glitter, and mod podge. Click here to learn how Stacie made this shirt.
Thanks to everyone that entered our Extreme Glitter FolkArt giveaway. In this giveaway we are giving away 2 prize packs filled with five FolkArt Extreme Glitter colors. The five colors are, Aqua, Confetti, Fuchsia, Royal Blue, and Champagne.
The winners are…
Sharlene P. & Kimmy D.
(Winners will be contacted via email)
In case you did not win this week’s giveaway, don’t worry we will be announcing another giveaway shortly. Make sure you check back here on Paint Me Plaid daily, so you wont miss out for your next chance to enter a great giveaway.
It’s time for another giveaway. I mean who doesn’t love the chance to win free stuff? In this giveaway we are giving away five FolkArt Extreme Glitter colors. The five colors are, Aqua, Confetti, Fuchsia, Royal Blue, and Champagne. Additional FolkArt Extreme Glitter colors can be found here. Wouldn’t you like to try out these colors on an upcoming holiday project? Maybe use these colors to decorate some Thanksgiving or Christmas ornaments. We are giving away a 5 pack of these paint colors to 2 lucky Paint Me Plaid blog readers.
All you have to do is leave a comment below telling me what you would use the paint on. For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):
Follow @PlaidCrafts onTwitter
Like Plaid on Facebook and let us know you entered the giveaway
Check out our sister blog, Plaid Kid’s Crafts. and let me know a project you find there that you think is cool
The contest will end on Friday November 4th, 2011 at 12pm noon EST. The winners will be announced later on in the afternoon on November 4th.
So many of our craft friends have been making wonderful crafts with the new Martha Stewart Craft line from Plaid. Here is another craft we wanted show off. This adorable bookmark came from our friend Nikki, from Nikki in Stitches. This glitter bookmark, is a great craft for any level of crafter, and Nikki gives great instructions to follow. This project was created using scrapbook paper, Martha Stewart adhesive stencils, and glitter transfer paper. Click here to learn how to make this. Have you seen the new stencils from the Martha Stewart Craft line? If not don’t wait another minute, check them out now!
During the third week of our Month of Martha Giveaway, the prize up for grabs were two Martha Stewart prize packs filled with the following:
A bottle of gold or silver gilding
One pack of the mineral or the gemstone glitter transfer sheets
One pack of the metallic foil transfer sheets
A 3 color assortment of paint from the new paint line
This week’s winners are…
Nancy Woo & Judy Sharer
Thank you to everyone that entered. If you did not win this week, don’t fret. We have one more week filled with a great giveaway featuring products from the new Martha Stewart Craft Line. Be sure to check back here on Monday to find out when the next giveaway begins, and the products we will be giving away next.
In case you were unaware, but I am sure you have heard by now 🙂 , the new Martha Stewart Paint Line is available now in Michaels nationwide. We can’t tell you how excited everyone here in the Plaid office has been this week. We have been so impressed with all the wonderfully creative craft projects people are making, using the new Martha Stewart paint products. Check out this glitter frame we found over on, Always Expect Moore. This personalized project is so cute. Click here to see step by step instructions on how to make this project.
Sometimes the most simple accessories and home decor accents are the most beautiful. If you are looking for a simple piece using a few paint colors, this modern silver glitter striped vase is a great project for you. Not to mention that if you’ve never painted glass before, this is a great project to start with. You can use these basic instructions to add spice to a glass piece you already have on hand. Here’s how.
So many of you have raved about FolkArt Extreme Glitter – it’s one of my favorite products too. I’m super pleased to announce that we now have *NEW* Extreme Glitter Neons! They are bright, cheery and fun – and made a great addition to your crafting projects. To celebrate the new release, Plaid designer Julie Lewis made this glittery birdhouse project. It’s a gift box that doubles as a cute spring display! Wondering how it’s made? Here’s the full tutorial.
Can you believe it’s already coming up on Easter? Wow! It’s weeks away now, and so we’ll introduce a few crafts for you since we know you’re going to want to start decorating soon (if you haven’t already!). Since today is our TGIF project, and that means it should be quick to finish in a weekeend, I present to you FolkArt Extreme Glitter Easter eggs with a pretty, coordinating basket. We have so many gorgeous colors of glitter, and the pinks and greens are perfect for spring. This project is simple and involves only painting: you don’t even have to stay inside the lines! It will brighten a room and be a great part of your Easter display. You’ll find the instructions for the basket and eggs here.