Marbled Wood Slice Ornaments with Plaid Crafts!


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Marbled Wood Slice Ornaments with Plaid Crafts!

Marbling is the most amazing craft and it's easy!  These show-stopping wood slice ornaments take just 15-20 minutes, minus the drying time.  Plaid makes it easy with their awesome line of Marbling Paints...and as part of the 12 days of Christmas Giveaways, they are giving one lucky reader a HUGE haul!  Yep, this picture below is everything the winner will get...and more--it's a pretty deep pile!
Stencils, Mod Podge, Gallery Glass in all the colors, Marbling Paint in all 10 colors, Folk Art Enamels in 8 colors, Apple Barrel Paint in 16 colors, Sparkle Mod Podge, Metallic Paint, Wood Burning Set, Paintbrushes, Home Decor Tint and Wax...basically the entire craft store from Plaid!  You will be set for all sorts of projects to come--enter to win at the end of this post!
So let's make these amazing marbled wood slice ornaments!

You will need:

Twine to tie them off
Small disposable cups
Disposable work surface

Optional:
This paint is specially formulated so it doesn't blend together...and turn to brown mud.  The colors all stay separate and bright.
 Begin by setting up the work station.  Place a piece of cardboard box under some little cups.  Set the wood slices on top of the cups.
 Use one little cup and squeeze paint into the cup, layered like a bullseye.  
 Then simply pour out the paint right onto the wood slices.  No need to mix a thing!
 The paint is pretty thick, so just pour out a line or few blobs of paint on each wood slice.
 Then tip and tilt the wood slice to let the paint run all over it to showcase the amazing colors.
 Then let them sit on the cups to dry completely.  At this point, you'll be looking around the house for anything and everything that you can marble!
 I love the classic black and white marbling!
 Once they are dry, they are ready to string with twine to hang on a tree, tie to a gift or use as coasters.
 Now you can do some optional decorating.  

Option #1:

Heat up that wood burner and add a custom name or word.
 Joy just fit perfectly on this wood slice.

 Option #2:

Use the Brush Lettering Paint in Gold and a fine paint brush to add a letter, name or phrase in brush calligraphy.
 Just a simple monogram or initial is perfect.
 I love the shiny gold!
 Hang them on a tree, tie them to a gift like the most amazing gift tag...
 Which do you like best?  The wood burned, just the marbling or the gold monograms?
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  1. I would just have to try to make the Marbled Wood Slice Ornaments first, love them.

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  2. I would make name tags for each member of the family to put on the tree.

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  3. I'd make the wood slices and use them as gift tags; then maybe try marbling some peg dolls, oh or a picture frame!

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  4. I would make the marbled look wood slices

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  5. I would be making some ornaments with my kids!

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  6. I would definitely make ornaments!

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  7. I would love to do some marbled coasters. What awesome presents they would make. Thanks.

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  8. I would start out by making some ornaments for next year.

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  9. I would make ornaments with my kids and see what else they would want to make

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  10. I would make a necklace.

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  11. I think I would make a spring welcome sign to remind myself that it will come again, eventually.

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  12. I would love to get the kids involved and make some ornaments and holiday decor!

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  13. I love this project! I think that I would make a paint pour canvas as my first project. I like having a nice painted piece to add to my bookshelf to add some color.

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  14. I think my first project would be to upcycle a cutting board I have in my wood stash. I would use the wood burner and paints to make a unique address sign for my home!

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  15. I really want to make these marbled ornaments! If I won, that's what I'd make first :)

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  16. I would make ornaments with my kids

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  17. ornaments for my church members

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  18. I have a ceramic piece that needs touch up.
    Theresa N
    weceno at yahoo dot com

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  19. I would first make a tray with a wood burned design on it.

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  20. I would make some painted ornaments for the tree with my grandchildren.

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  21. making these tonight for my grand daughters and my daughter just love these marble ornaments I know they will love them

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  22. I would attempt to make the ornaments in this post!

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