Friday, August 26, 2011

New Martha Stewart Decorative Paint Line

we have some exciting new products to introduce you to today...
they just happen to be by miss martha stewart herself.
 (we are practically related you know... our maiden name is steward... i'm sure there's a connection somewhere down the line. haha)
about a week ago we received a package in the mail just full of product!
it was like Christmas morning for us!!
it was the new Martha Stewart Crafts Decorative Paint Line by Plaid.... and boy were we impressed!!
The paint is formulated to work on all crafting surfaces including:
 wood
 metal
 glass
 ceramic
 terra-cotta
 and fabric.
  Plus it's indoor/outdoor safe and dishwasher-safe on glass.
There are 160 paint colors in five finishes.
Satin
High Gloss
 Glitter
Pearl
and Metallic 
All come in 2 oz. bottles and are non-toxic (so safe to use with children).
i think i was most excited about all the applicator tops that screw right on top of the paint bottle!!
genius!!
i just had to give one a try!!
i was a little worried how the paint would come out... but it worked perfectly. i'm sure i'll be using this little tool pretty often.

after i had my design stenciled on... i just painted on a simple bat silhouette.
my first halloween decoration of the year!!

we also had to try painting on glass... because how cool is that!!
especially since it's dishwasher safe!

i see many more projects in the near future!!
check out this AWESOME footstool that Beckie from Infarrantly Creative made using the new Martha Stewart products. i'm in love!!

Stenciled Footstool (61)

** all products are new in Michaels stores this week... go check them out!!**

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25 comments:

  1. That bat decoration is sooo super cute, thinking you need to do a tutorial on that, i need to know how to make one asap!

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  2. Is the stencil from MS as well?? I need one of those!

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  3. Looks so easy, I could probably do it. (Who am I kidding! It has to do with paint. I can't do that!)

    But still, looks great.
    Love the bat decoration!!

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  4. Love this! Where did you get the stencil?

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  5. I need to get to Michaels ASAP! Love the new goodies.

    Jo

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  6. Love the bat! Could you post a template? I am a terrible artist :)

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  7. OMG! Can't wait to check them out! I'm headed there this afternoon!

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  8. SOOOO cool! I will have to check them out. :)

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  9. I saw these the other day and have so many ideas in my head for them: from painting on pillows to making a canvas piece of art with them! Can't wait to try them out!

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  10. So cool!! Where is the stencil from?

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  11. Have you tried that red paint on clear glass? I've been working on a glass painting project but cannot find a red glass paint that looks red on clear glass when it is dry. Any suggestions?

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  12. I am also wondering where the stencil came from...it turned out so well! I love it!

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  13. hi ladies!! the stencil is by martha stewart also and can be found at Michaels craft stores!! There are other awesome designs that come with it too!!

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  14. martha rocks!!!! i will have to visit michaels to check it all out. thanks for the info! and for the sample ideas! :-)

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  15. scrappinmac said: "Have you tried that red paint on clear glass? I've been working on a glass painting project but cannot find a red glass paint that looks red on clear glass when it is dry. Any suggestions?

    August 27, 2011 4:18 AM"

    We do A LOT of glass work and have tried the Martha line recently. The red we are using currently is Habenero (Satin finish) and it comes out QUITE red on glass. Theres no mistaking it. We've had instances with other paints that came out pinkish or with no colour at all on the glass when we hoped for red. But Martha's is a dream to work with thus far.

    I'm hoping to pick up a few other shades of red in the next few days. Chipotle sounding interesting.

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  16. This made me want to go out and start painting - and I've never been much of a painter! haha

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  17. I love your bat!! I am in love with those applicator tops too. Such a genius idea!!

    I have my Halloween project HTML and will be sending it over tonight :)

    xoxoxo
    Jen

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  18. Oh my gosh, how cute is that?? I plan to do some coffee cups too, I've already made a couple of projects and have so many more ideas! I have posted my his and hers trays using the pearl and satin paints.

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  19. Would you be willing to share with me the size is your plaque? Did you buy it or cut it yourself? If you bought it where did you get it? Thank you! I love your blog! Love!

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  20. Wow, I love that stencil...especially love your bat plate! Excited for Halloween! Are you doing another Spooktacular September?

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  21. Sooo cute! I can't tell it is paint...it looks like fabric with an applique!

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