Driftwood and ornament centerpiece
Isn’t this lovely and interesting! I was so excited to be part of a group of bloggers that were lucky enough to get to play with a pile of Martha Stewart Paints. This driftwood and ornament centerpiece was one of the projects I created. Isn’t it too cool! While I used a piece of driftwood, any number of similar items would work for this project. You could even pick up something from your backyard.
flowers (I used fake ones)
strong glue (superglue or something like that)
I created various designs with the fabulous brushes and white opaque glass paints from the Martha Stewart Paints on clear ornaments. This is the one I call…stripe sensation! You can do any number of colors and patterns that go along with your home’s decor. I kept it simple so it could work for Christmas and through the New Year…but you could go bright and colorful, too!
There were some fabulous adhesive stencils and silkscreens that I used to add simple snowflake designs to the ornaments. I needed more sparkle…more pizazz. So I used the Martha Stewart Paint glitter finish all over the ornament. And that gave it some sparkle! In person, all that sparkle is fabulous!
You ask how I got those on the driftwood?? Well…hot glue of course! Just hot glue those babies on, making sure to hold them individually in place for a couple minutes as they set. Then add some water and blossoms, and you have a unique and gorgeous centerpiece! Once again, the flowers you choose can be a number of different things. I went with classic white, but you could choose bright red or even evergreens. And you could also color the water you put the blossoms in if you want! How fun is that?