I had so much fun doing some experiments with paint pour art this summer, that I was super excited to get a chance to try out the new Martha Stewart marbling medium. This product makes Martha Stewart craft paints much more pourable so that they are perfect for paint pour projects. I decided to try it out for the first time to make a set of paint pour mason jars for fall.
This isn’t a sponsored post, but Plaid did send me the marbling medium to try out for free.
Watch how fun this new marbling medium is to use in this short video. I put out two new videos each week, so hop over and check out my whole YouTube channel.
I think the jars look so pretty, and I am excited to use this same technique on other projects. How would you use this fun medium?
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- Glitter paints
- Martha Stewart marbling medium (available at Michaels)
- Glitter paints (I used Brownstone, Carnelian and Fire Opal)
- Metallic paints (I used Yellow Gold and Copper)
- Satin paints (I used Tangy Tangerine and Pumpkin)
- Mason jar light (optional)
- Leaf ribbon (I found it at Dollar Tree)
- Glue gun
Check out today’s Fall mason jar tutorials from my blogging friends! Check out Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4 for more ideas too!
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