Give crafts projects a fresh and modern look with metallic paint.
Starry Night Christmas Ornaments
stars in minutes using ordinary ball ornaments and metallic paint pens. Share Comments These cheerful Christmas ornaments ..... ornaments in desired color Small-mouth drinking glass Metallic paint marking pen Instructions 1. Using a soft cloth
Quick Gilded Christmas
Plain ornaments get a touch of genius with this idea. You'll make easy stars, swirls, and dots in minutes using ordinary ball ornaments and metallic paint pens.
Pretty Patterned Pumpkins
Using brushstrokes of metallic paint adds a contemporary touch to this beauty from the pumpkin patch.
No-Carve Painted Pumpkin
Who says pumpkins have to be orange? Try a coat of metallic paint and some glitter for glamorous pumpkins that'll sparkle all season long.
Four Pretty Ceiling Projects
drama in an evening space, such as a dining room or master bedroom, consider a ceiling that's dark or shiny. Metallic paint , shown here in silver, dramatically reflects light in a way that even high-gloss paint cannot. Draw attention
Silver Leafing 1-2-3-4
enough to be the center of attention. Silver leaf leaves a patina that's impossible to achieve with a coat of spray metallic paint . Transform any frame into a masterpiece with this project from Bargain Style magazine. See our easy instructions
Fortune Cookie Napkin Rings
bake in a 275 degree F oven for 10 minutes. Let the cookie cool. 4. Paint the chopsticks with two coats of gold metallic paint , letting dry between coats. Apply one coat of acrylic varnish. Let the varnish dry. 5. Criss-cross the chopsticks
Foam Star Christmas Ornaments
Materials and Tools Star pattern (see link below) Scissors Blue crafting foam, such as Fun Foam Silver and gold metallic paint markers 10-inch lengths of 24-gauge silver and gold wire Glass beads in gray, white, and blue 1. Download
Fallen Leaves Pumpkin
paint the back, using the same color. Let the paint dry. 3. Paint the stem of the pumpkin using a desired color of metallic paint . Let the paint dry. 4. To attach the leaves to the top and sides of the pumpkin, coat the back of each leaf with
Place the letters on the decoupage medium. Let it dry. 2. Paint the top surfaces of the letters lightly, using metallic paint . Use only one color on the entire word or phrase so it stands out as a unit. Let the paint dry. 3. To make dots