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Using Elmer's glue & paint. I LOVE THIS.

Use Elmer's glue to draw the design. Elmers Glue Design Paint over it. Add a glaze. You can buy the large, cardboard letters at JoAnne's.

use Elmers glue to draw the design on cardboard letters from michaels then paint with metal paint" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

Little Inspirations: Letter Art Cardboard letter, elmers glue to design, cover with foil, shoe polish

Glue clay flower pots and saucers together & add paint!

Such a great idea, could also be used for Cupcakes or sewing stuff. Terra Cotta Jewelry Tower/ Cake Stand-Normally not a fan of painted terracotta-I like this soft look.

create a stencil and then splash paint onto the canvas...could use this idea for a number of different images, but I love this world map one!

Michael Tompsett 'World Map - Paint Splashes' Canvas Wall Art - Beyond the Rack Final piece idea maybe. I like how it's has been done messy but then the stencils make it look very neat. It goes really well with the title.

Distressed metal - actually cardboard, aluminum foil and paint!

Distressed metal - actually cardboard, aluminum foil and paint. Mid podge foil onto cardboard letters. Paint dark grey and before it dries, wipe some away to form distress patterns.

painted rocks - why did I never think of this? Rocks from the dollar tree painted to match any decor. Put them in a glass container with a candle.

painted rocks - Rocks from the dollar tree painted to match any decor. Put them in a glass container with a candle. Or the candle trays for end tables

Create the Tarnished Silver/Mercury Glass Look With Spray Paint, Water and Vinegar! Super pretty and oh the

Make Faux Mercury Glass from Recycled Vases

Create the Tarnished Silver/Mercury Glass Look With Spray Paint, Water and Vinegar! Super pretty and oh the possibilities.nd iCreate the Tarnished Silver/Mercury Glass Look With Spray Paint, Water and Vinegar! Super pretty and oh the possibilities.

From Mark Lipinksi: inexpensive coasters for quick gifts using your stash of scrapbooking paper and felt! Here's how: 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.

Make your own coasters with tiles, scrapbook paper, clear spray paint, felt pads, and mod podge. Adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

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