Marbling is gorgeous on just about any surface. It’s the perfect way to decorate your home, your clothes, your walls, your cakes, etc., so I decided to test out a new way to make beautiful marbled art with fluid painting. You can make abstract art with fluid painting techniques using any regular acrylic paint, glue and water, and each piece turns out completely unique. Grab your favorite colors that match your home decor, and you’ll quickly have a piece of art to brighten your walls. Continue Reading
As nursery trends change, the traditional pinks and blues are slowly being pushed out in favor of current, updated looks. Parents are experimenting more and more with bolder hues, playful patterns, or simply less of it all. It's easy to see why the minimal nursery look is gaining in popularity. There are fewer elements to worry about, there aren't any color-related gender-indicators (which makes styling ahead of time a breeze), and the color palette is almost non-existent. Continue Reading
I’ve been noticing a rise in the marbling projects online. And I’m on board with it. It looks easy enough to do and really adds a little oomph to any plain piece of decor!
Now I am wanting to marble everything in my home! Check out the tutorial over on Delineate Your Dwelling!
Blue Marbling Candle Holder by [Delineate Your Dwelling]
I have about a million plain glass vases. And a ton of old nail polish. If you browse Pinterest long enough, you're bound to run into a million different marbled glass tutorials using nail polish (like this beauty Rachel did for Poppytalk) … so I decided to give it a go! Click through to find out how to do this super easy project.
I liked the idea of leaving some of the clear glass visible, so I decided to tape off the top section. Continue Reading
UPDATE: GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. WE’LL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER ON MONDAY.
This week we’re giving away something really special: two sets of unique, hand-made marbled paper (retail value: $50 each). Each set includes five sheets marbled by Minneapolis book and paper artist Lin Lacy.
This stuff is gorgeous; it’s ready to frame and hang on your walls. Of course, there are million other (craftier) things you might think of. Continue Reading