12 Days of Giving

The Plaid booth is a busy, busy place at the Craft & Hobby show.

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Perhaps most of us think of Plaid for its well-known product:  Mod Podge.

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Part of this line now includes a dimensional embellishment you can make, called “Mod Melts,” where you fill silicone molds with heated ‘Mod Podge’ glue sticks.

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Plaid also has a few brands of craft paints that most of you are familiar with:  Delta, FolkArt and Apple Barrel.  These brands also have a huge assortment of stencils.

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There are lots of fun projects on display!

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For more product information and inspiring projects, please click HERE and visit the Plaid website.

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  1. barb macaskill Reply

    LOVE painting the craft room red with Plaid!! I used Mod Podge to put some pretty papers on my craft island and all of my organizing cubes! Then I painted the edges with Apple Barrel paints. They are front and center every time I create! Plaid makes my crafts prettier!