Michael’s Pinterest Party Crafts (Courtesy of Hometalk.com)


Michaels Crafts and Hometalk have given me the opportunity to recreate two of their most popular Pinterest crafts and teach YOU how to make them yourselves! On February 16, from 1-4pm at Michaels Crafts in Oceanside, New York, I will be hosting a Pinterest party for all interested in attending! I cannot explain how excited I am to craft with all of you for an afternoon! Oh… did I mention that you can win prizes for attending? Now I have your attention!


DIY Chalkboard Labeled Jars:

Pinterest’s Version:
My Version:

Here’s how to make your own!

The Steps:
 
1. Gather your supplies.

For this project you’ll need:

Jars
Chalkboard Label Stickers
Chalkboard Marker

2. Place your label onto your jar.

3. Label the jar with your chalkboard marker.

4. Fill and enjoy your new organization!

DIY Canvas Art:

Pinterest’s Version:


My Version:

 Andddd here’s how to make your own!

The Steps:


1. Gather your supplies.

What you’ll need:

Burlap Canvas

Acrylic Paint
Spouncer (tool for painting)

Stencil of Choice

2. Place your stencil onto your canvas. To prevent it from sliding around, tape the edges to the canvas.

3. Dab paint on with the spouncer.

4. Remove stencil and admire your work!


Make sure to attend your local Michael’s store on February 16th for their Pinterest party.  The first 24 people to attend will receive these cute chalkboard cards!


Need some more information about where the events are being offered? Just click on this link to find your local party: http://www.michaels.com/Pinterest-Party/pinterest-party,default,pg.html — Oh! Did I mention that 5 lucky winners will be able to recieve $100 gift cards from Michaels Crafts!? Nope, not lying! To enter just follow Michaels on Hometalk.com (winners will be announced on Michaels’ Facebook page on February 17th)! While you’re there, make sure to follow DIY Huntress as well!

While you’re there, don’t forget to follow me on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Can’t wait!

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