Jamie from C.R.A.F.T is back sharing a fun gift to give kids and adults too! It is a custom paint by number set. All you need is your favorite photograph and once painted you get an Andy Warhol style pop art for your walls.
While I love the effect of a glowing, scary-faced pumpkin on my porch on All Hallows Eve, I’m not exactly crazy about the slimy, seedy mess that goes along with carving pumpkins. Plus, a carved pumpkin only lasts for a few days. I’ve been saving great ideas for making pretty pumpkins without a single knife or slimy seed! Take a look at these 5 Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin that will take you beyond Halloween and into the rest of the fall season.
I have done my fair share of fabric painting and have learned a lot through trial and error. I love the process of painting on fabric because it really allows you to get the exact color and design you want at a relatively low cost. I thought I would put together a list of recommendations and products that I use to help you achieve maximum results when attempting to paint or stencil fabric. Here is what I have learned along the way…
Painting plain curtain panels allows you to get the exact design and color you want. I always seem to have a hard time finding curtains that I like. I searched around looking for striped curtains. I was inspired by the Crate & Barrel Alston Panels for $99 a piece. So they were either way out of my price range or not long enough. I decided to customize some plain curtain panels from IKEA by painting gray stripes on them. They look amazing and totally changed the look of my family room.