February 13, 2013

Valentine's Projects and DecoArt Giveaway

Well, Valentine's Day is tomorrow. Do you have everything checked off your list?

Beautiful centrepiece for that romantic dinner with your spouse, embellished with a little Glamour Dust?
Cute throw pillows to pump up your holiday decor, painted with SoSoft?
Whimsical dessert plate painted with DecoArt 3D Opaque Gloss Enamels?

Have no fear, all of these projects take just minutes and you can complete right in time to set the stage for a romantic dinner with your favourite person.

Dessert Plate
Level: Beginner
Materials: Ovensafe plate, DecoArt 3D Opaque Gloss Enamels

This project is so incredibly easy! Simply write the lyrics to a love song, a poem, or just a little sweet note on your dessert plate with the Gloss Enamels. Allow to dry for 4 days, then pop in your oven at 325F for 30minutes. Cool, and place your favourite dessert!


Heart Pillow
Level: Beginner
Materials: Cotton throw pillow, DecoArt So Soft fabric paint, paint brush

Another easy peasy project! With your paint brush, draw hearts with the So Soft fabric paint. Allow to dry and voila! Instant Valentine decor! For a more advanced variation, try wetting the surface a little and watering down the paint for a watercolour effect!



Glamour Centrepiece
Level: Beginner
Materials: Plank of wood, votive candles, Glamour Dust Ultra Fine Glitter Paint


First, put down some newspaper to protect your table, then paint your plank of wood {I used a $1 piece from Michaels} with your Glamour Dust Ultra Fine Glitter Paint. I brushed it on, then used a crumpled paper towel to blend the colours and swirl them together. Allow to dry, then cluster your votive candles and light to set the stage for a romantic dinner!

And now....it's time for a DecoArt giveaway!



a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Disclaimer: this post was sponsored by DecoArt. All projects completed and views expressed are my own, however I was provided product to complete them.

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22 comments:

Rebecca Nash said...

I would say top picks for me would be the chalkboard paint, multi-surface satin, and glass paints are top picks for me.

I have so many projects I want to do and these would cover them all!

Sarah [NurseLovesFarmer.com] said...

oooh glamour dust glitter paint!

Heather said...

Chalkboard paint!

Censie said...

Glass paint or the Chalkboard paint!

Melissa said...

Star lite Varnish to seal my polymer clay buttons!

Valerie said...

Would love to try Chalkboard paint

Erin Sipes said...

I would use the bead and glitter glue, I didn't even know they had that!

Kaymee said...

chalkboard paint! that looks SO fun!!

Orlis y El baúl de Andrea said...

I used a lot of Acrylic Paint, twinkles, snow.... soon I wil try with chalkboard!
I love ALL Decoart products!!!

TiffanyM said...

Chalkboard paint for love notes!

Shannon S-G said...

I need to try that enamel paint! So many options!!! I've used the glitter paint before, so sparkly :)

apcary22 said...

I would use the Glamour Dust Glitter Paint! I love anything with glitter!!

Shaun M said...

I really like the Glammer Dust!

Ana Marcela Herrera said...

I would love to try Chalkboard paint.

Ana Cruz said...

Chalkboard paint, definitely.

Barbie said...

Definitely some stencils! I always have this amazing design in my head of swirls and embellishments but when I attempt them freehand...oh my. Not at ALL what I had pictured. Stencils are my friend.

Melody said...

I would use Ink Effects.

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ARH said...

The So Soft Fabric paints would be awesome. I always thought that painting on fabric would be fun but the paint always dried so stiff.

ARH said...

The So Soft Fabric paints would be awesome. I always thought that painting on fabric would be fun but the paint always dried so stiff.

Dada said...

dying to try some chalkboard paint with lexie! :)

Guavalicious said...

I would decorate wine glasses for my friends with the glass chalkboard paint.

Amy Fulcher said...

I was just talking with someone about glass paint today. I am loving glass projects at the moment.

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