I’ve been trying out some Martha Stewart Craft products this week and made some etched and lace decoupaged glass jars, a tin container, and a bottle. I love how they turned out and they were so easy to make. I used the Martha Stewart glass etching cream, the lace trim appliques from the MS decoupage line, decoupaging medium, and a Martha stencil . A nice thing about the decoupage line is everything is dishwasher safe. But I think I would handwash these pretties just to be on the safe side.
The products can all be found at Micheal’s stores or online at Plaid. There are so many ideas I have for using all of my Martha Stewart goodies I received from Plaid for Christmas crafting. This is just the tip of the iceberg! I had some recycled jars and a bottle that had had some lemonade in it that I saved because it was so pretty. The letters I made last year and you can find a tutorial here. When I look at this photo it makes me think of frosty, icy northern climates. I bet you wouldn’t know it was 75 degrees outside and sunny when I took this photo!
- Martha Stewart Decoupage medium in matte finish
- Martha Stewart lace trim
- Martha Stewart stencil
- Martha Stewart etching cream
Then I applied the decoupage to the lace pieces and put them on the jars and bottles. I let it dry thoroughly. I did the same for the metal tin and used a Martha Stewart reindeer stencil to go with my reindeer statue. They were very simple and quick to make!To learn more about the Martha Stewart craft line visit Plaid at
Disclosure: I was paid to produce this post and provided with free materials but he opinions in it are my own.