Our Plaid Creators
have been hard at work this month making some pretty awesome crafts all inspired by Plaid's DIY Trends of 2016
. Their step-by-step guides will easily teach you how to DIY decorate your home for the coming months, from crafting wall decor to decorative throws and more. Check them all out below!
From "One Artsy Momma
" comes this decorative storage crate. She was inspired by the "Comforting" craft trend of 2016, and chose FolkArt® Home Decor Chalk in Cascade as her base color, and finished her piece with FolkArt® Home Decor Wax! To see the full project, visit her blog HERE.
This month, "Flamingo Toes"
combines two crafting techniques, painting and cross stitch, to make this super-cute vintage-inspired display shelf! This craft was inspired by the "Romantic" and "Authentic" craft trends this year. Visit her post
to learn step-by-step instructions on upcycling an old shelf into this beautiful piece!
To celebrate the last few months of cozying-up under a warm blanket, the Pretty Life Girls
bring us this chic DIY Hand-Stamped Pom Pom throw using new Fabric Creations. To check out the full tutorial and get more DIY inspiration, visit their blog HERE!
On Erin Spain's blog, "DIY on the Cheap"
, Erin instructs how to make an elegant and colorful stenciled pot for your succulents using FolkArt®
's paints and "Greek Key" adhesive stencil. For the full tutorial to make your own, check out her post!
explores why painting your stools Imperial Red is always a good idea! This Plaid Creator was inspired by the 2016 "Comfort" theme, and used FolkArt Home Decor Chalk, Wax, and Stencils to complete this bold addition to her kitchen. Check out the full how-to HERE!
Finally, from "Made to Be a Momma
," comes this adorable and vibrant "Happy" DIY Palette Art using FolkArt acrylic paint and Mod Podge! To see how she captured the "white wash" effect, visit her blog post HERE
That's it for this month, everyone! For more craft inspiration, visit plaidonline.com
! Be on the look out for more from the Plaid Creators ever month!