Puffy Paint Personalized Ornaments DIY with SugarBee Crafts
If you’re looking for a super easy way to check off all the names on your gift list, consider making some personalized puffy paint ornaments using Tulip Dimensional Paint a.k.a. Puffy Paint. It’s something your friends and family will cherish year after year when they open up their ornament box to decorate the tree and the cool thing is that you can make them for like 50 cents a piece, so it won’t break your holiday budget! In the video below, our friend Mandy of SugarBeeCrafts.com shares how to make them in minutes…you only need a few supplies.
3 Glitter Organizing Ideas
Organizing with glitter is the best way to start off the new year. All you need to whip your desk into shape is Aleene's Tacky Glue and your favorite glitter. Chunky or multi-colored glitter looks great on these projects!
Glittered Wine Glasses
Looking to add a festive touch to a special occasion? Bring on the glittered stemware! Most thrift and dollar stores carry inexpensive wine glasses in a variety of shapes and sizes - pair with Tacky Glue and your favorite glitter for unforgettable entertaining accessories your guests will be sure to love!
Lacy Fabric Stiffened Bowls
Lace goes chic with these easy DIY lacy fabric bowls. Fill with candy and other baubles or hang them on the wall for a statement decor piece.
Super Simple Dimensional Stars
Paper crafting doesn't get much better than this - - these dimensional stars are made from just sheets of paper and Tacky Glue! Super simple to construction and unlimited design colors, you'll be seeing stars over and over for this project.
Wooden Front Door Organizer
If I don't have some place to put something the very moment I walk in the front door, I'm going to lose it. The number of hours I've spent searching for my purse, or keys, or sunglasses might very well astound you. It didn't take long for me to figure out I needed an organizer of sorts and I purchased a set of drawers and a coat rack that have served me well through the years.
But now that Rob and I are sharing a home it isn't working out quite as well and since our new space can be a bit awkward we're rocking the drawers and coat rack on different walls so things are spread out. I decided to take ready cut boards from the hardware store to make a new wall organizer that would meet our specific needs. We now have an area just for our mail (which seems to get lost constantly), two sets of keys, a little shelf for our sunglasses and hooks for our jackets, my purse and our dog leashes. In the end, I'm happier with this decorative yet functional bit of wall decor than I ever would have imagined!
No-Sew DIY Donut Costume
Happy Fall everyone! Today I bring to you a sweet DIY treat that's a cinch to make and you'll be the cutest kid at the costume party! All it takes to make the look is some felt, cardboard, and Aleene's Fabric Fusion!
The Ultimate Glow-in-the-Dark DIY Roundup: 20+ DIY Project Ideas
Happy Fall Y'all! I am so excited to put together this Glow in the Dark roundup for you using Tulip Dimensional Glow Paint! I am in love with all of these projects and I know you will love them too! This paint is really unlike any paint out there in that it glows in a cool stream of intense glow that you can put on t-shirts, totes, jars, pumpkins and more. You can totally order this paint online and get it shipped fast via Amazon here or visit your local craft or department store and see the assortment of fab glowing colors. They look amazing under blacklight too!
Glow in the Dark Pumpkins
It's almost Halloween and you know what that means!!! TIME FOR PUMPKINS! Not just regular pumpkins, GLOW IN THE DARK PUMPKINS!
Every year I look forward to buying tons of plastic pumpkins and creating new designs. I like the artificial pumpkins for the simple fact that they will last forever. You can store them in nice containers and re-use them year after year. How great is that!
Tulip has an amazing glow in the dark paint that is the great. This craft is great for kids to do and you will watch the amazement on their face when you put them under or near a black light! Let's get started!
Update: Since this glow pumpkin was posted, it's become the most popular post on our blog! YAY! You can also check out some more pumpkins I did HERE!
DIY Glow in the Dark Spiderweb Necklace
Halloween is right around the corner, and you know what that means! Time to turn all things ordinary a little spooky, adorn your house with spiders, and of course create fabulous costumes! This DIY Glow in the Dark Spiderweb Necklace is easy to make and super fun to wear. Using Tulip's Glow in the Dark Fabric Paint, it's so fun and easy, so get ready to make creepy creatures and costumes to add a little macabre to this holiday season! Let's get started!