9/30 | Folk Art Multi Surface Paint Crafts!

Don’t you love Folk Art Acrylic Paints? I know I do and use them as my go to paint! Did you know they just launched Multi-use paint called “Folk Art Multi Surface Paint”? I am getting to craft with this new paint and Handmade by Charlotte stencils. (Did you know new ones are being released soon??)   These rock and so fun to work with. They are perfect for each other and can’t wait to share with you what I made. Both of these fantastic products are available at a Michael’s near YOU!

Since the Folk Art Multi Surface paint works on so many surfaces, I wanted to try two for you today! I will be testing it out on Wood and Canvas.


I got the wood from Walnut Hollow and I used Yellow Folk Art Multi Surface Paint. I wanted to be able to see the wood grain, so I only painted one coat.


Apply a even layer of paint to the wood and let it dry.

After its dried, I taped my Chevron stencil down. After that I took a Sponge dauber and the green Folk Art Multi Surface paint to daub all over the wood.


I then removed the stencil and let it dry. After that I took the Crystyler  and mod podge and “Blinged” it a little. The tool works wonders! I then matted a picture in the middle and now you have a very trendy frame to show off in your home or giveaway to your best friend!

I also wanted to try the Folk Art Multi Surface paint on Canvas. Because I know I LOVE to DIY on canvas. Today I made a simple Placemat. This would be perfect for your outdoor dinning!

First create lines with tape. Paint, remove, dry, repeat. You then will have a awesome pattern.


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