Marbleizing ornaments is as easy as pie with this super simple technique. This is a great craft to do with kids or a large group because a little paint goes along way.
What you need:
White Pearl Paint
Red Metallic Paint
Glass Ornament Ball
Remove the topper from the ornament and set aside. Pour a small amount of Cardinal Red and Pearl White into the ornament.
Gently swirl and tap the paint around until the colors begin to blend. Be sure the entire inside is coated.
Place the ornament upside down in a paper cup. Allow the excess paint to drain. As the ornament dries, turn the ball a few times to evenly distribute the paint.
Let dry overnight. Replace the topper and add a ribbon hanger.
Tip: Add more colors! Use up to 5 different colors to create a more old world marbled look.
Paper-Mache cone trees get a royal makeover with recycled book pages, Mod Podge, yarn and Mod Melts. For the complete instructions, visit our project page at Plaid.
Make a quick DIY holiday gift with a scrap of burlap ribbon and a rose Mod Melt. These are great for tabletop decor and look great in a cluster. They are also great party favors and mini gifts. Check out the complete instructions on our project page at Plaid.
With Collage Clay by Mod Podge you can create an everlasting gingerbread house. The clay is applied just like frosting, you can embed lots of fake candies and embellishments into the clay and it dries lightweight. For full instructions, please visit our project page at Plaid.
We love crafting with recycled book pages…. especially if they are from an old romance novel. :). We tinted the pages with Mod Podge sheer color. The complete instructions for this wreath can be found on our project page at plaid.
Whip up a cute diorama ornament with a few mini trees and deers. The little bit were purchased at Michaels. The sides of the box were glittered with Mod Podge and silver glitters. The background paper was attached with Mod Podge. For complete instructions visit the project page at Plaid.