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How to Paint a Rug in Less Than an Hour [and free template]!

I'm SO thrilled to be part of Glidden's Colortopia team! If you've been reading my blog for long you know that I LOVE paint! And not only do I love a painted wall, I love to use paint on unusual surfaces. One of my favorite things to paint in the last few years has been rugs. I had a hard time finding the colors or patterns of rugs I wanted for different room projects so I started painting my … [Read more...]

HAPPY Holidays: DIY 3-D Holiday Plate

Hi Tatertots and Jello-ers! My name is Vivienne and I share tutorials, recipes and assorted funny stories over at The V Spot.  I  was so excited when Jen invited me to share a holiday craft with you!  It took me a while to decide what I wanted to make. You know what happened...?  It did NOT go according to plan.  Today I'm going to show you a very realistic side of crafting, and how … [Read more...]

Get Organized with a Bright and Colorful Entryway!

With the beginning of Fall and school starting, getting organized makes life so much easier. And one of the places that can get messiest fast is the entryway. I love lockers, but they can be expensive, so I thought it would be fun to make a little entryway solution with Command Strips and wood plaques. Here's how to make this easy and colorful entryway: … [Read more...]

Great Ideas — 20 Painted Projects!!

It's amazing all of the things paint can do. Here are some fabulous painted projects that were linked up this week!! Faux Bois Painted Tumblers @ Flamingo Toes Chalk Paint Word Art @ The Space Between Easy Stenciled Chevron Pillow @ Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom … [Read more...]

Make a Hippity Hoppity Easter Subway Art Sign!

Hello TT&J fans, Jennie here from CraftOManiac. What a treat it is to be visiting once again. I just adore my visits here, thanks jen oodles. Today I am sharing with you my  "Hippity Hop Easter's On It's Way Board."   HOW  TO: I headed off to Lowe's to pick up a very long board, that I had cut down to size " 9 x 40 1/2 inches. First I sanded the board, then painted the … [Read more...]