Glue plaque to candlestick, glue finial on top, then paint as desired (J-O-Y for Christmas, Chalkboard paint, B-O-O for Halloween, place
Glue plaque to candlestick, glue finial on top, then chalkboard paint (J-O-Y for Christmas, B-O-O for Halloween, Monogram initials, etc.,
Easy wreath. Just wrap a styrofoam wreath of your choosing with burlap, then lace wire or rafia through an additional strip of burlap to make it ruffled. Press it on 3/4 of the wreath. Position as desired and hot glue it in place. Then loop another piece of raffia and ribbon through the top and double-bow it. Leave the ends loose or curl as preferred and put small dot of glue to secure. Then glue an initial in place for a finishing touch. Voila!!!
Mix Elmer's Glue and Food Coloring together. Keep adding color to glue until you get right shade. Then paint it on any old glass vase or candlestick. Viola! Beach glass!
#DIY felt bib necklace! Was super easy to make. All you need is hot clue, rhinestones, a sheet of felt, and ribbon. Place rhinestones on felt in desired pattern and then glue. Once dry cut the pattern out and glue on the ribbon to the desired length. Jazzes up a plain t shirt! #style
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Looks like a really easy project- might have to do this today on our snow day! just glue over a design on your canvas, wait for it to dry, and then paint over the top of it (two coats!)
Burlap Christmas Trees Burlap Styrofoam Tree Forms Small Rusted Star Tree Topper Small Rusted Star Ornaments Artist Wire Pins E6000 Glue Wooden Candlestick Acrylic Paint I started by pinning a small piece of burlap to cover the top of the styrofoam and gluing on the star topper...
Arrange the paint chips on the Lack (Ikea $12.99), use white glue to adhere and then put something weighy, like cookbooks, on top to press
Wine bottle Halloween decor cute ideawould be to chalkboard paint and color on new décor for each holiday!!
Christmas ABC's: As you count down the days to Christmas with your little one, decorate a letter each day with something Christmas-y then place in a small photo album to make a Christmas ABC Book.
art activities for kids
Blocks from Home Depot (they will cut them). Finials and bases from Hobby Lobby. Spray paint, chalk ink for edges, and chalkboard spray paint on the front (put blue paint tape on the sides to cover the color when you spray chalkboard paint). Glue all together with wood glue. Fun mini chalkboards to label food for a buffet at a party, etc.
Crafty like a Fox
Count down to Halloween *use burlap inside to hang chalkboard then paint the words on outside with tempura paint. Need to use my sister's projector to trace outline of words*
For the classroom or for the home... chalkboard paint on jars and tins as a fun way to label.
DIY Elegant Flower Arrangement - Attach glass plate to glass candlestick, cut a large Styrofoam ball in half and attach to top, then glue artificial flowers to Styrofoam ball
Painted canvas with a glittered wooden letter! -tape off your chevron pattern and paint -remove tape and paint 2nd color -paint a base coat on to the letter -modge podge letter then add glitter on top -apply epoxy to the back of the wood letter and press it on to your canvas -let glue dry for a while (I let it dry overnight)
Christmas Ornaments ~ Use any type ornament, then use a hot glue type glue to make design. Let dry then spray paint..
These would be so easy to make - piece of wood painted black, glue old book page on top, then trace outline of animals (or anything really) and paint.
houses and stuff
Use Elmer's glue to draw a design on a canvas, then paint over the whole thing.
Candle stick candy jars: Glue the bottom of a jar to the top of a candlestick, and paint the candlesticks and jar lids to match..
use Elmer's glue to draw the design on cardboard letters from michaels then paint with metal paint
Cute! Grapevine wreath (thick is better), rubber snakes of various shapes and sizes, a few cans of black spray paint, glue gun or wire for anchoring, and small bottles of red and green craft paint. Spray paint everything black, weave the snakes in place, wire/hot glue where anchoring is needed, then do another light coat of spray paint (to cover wire/glue). To add dimension, go back and re-paint forked tongues red and eyes green.
Halloween Games for kids (print out a basic grid with and let the kids glue the squares on to get a full card, then play)
When I have time...