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Holiday Kitchen Textiles

Offer your holiday hostess a handmade gift that she can wear while preparing a special meal for friends and family.
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Martha Stewart Crafts ® 6oz Tintable Fabric Medium
Item #32194
Mix with Martha Stewart Crafts Acrylic Paints for a softer, more flexible finish when painting on fabric. Mix 1 part medium to 2 parts paint. Heat set projects for permanence and washability. Waterbased.

$6.99

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Basic Brush Set - 5pc
Item #32244
Use these brushes for basecoating, blending, strokework and detailing. Ergonomically designed, easy-grip handles. Contains 5 white nylon bristle brushes: #6 round for lines and details, #10 and #16 flat for blending and strokework, 1/2in angular for blending and strokework, 3/4in utility for basecoating.

$17.09

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Holiday Icons Laser-Cut Stencils
Item #32260
Use stencils to create beautiful painted designs on fabric, wood, glass, and other surfaces. Contains 2 coordinating, multi-design 8-3/4in x 9-3/4in stencils and instructions. 37 designs.

$12.89

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Stencil Tape
Item #32292
Low-tack tape is safe for fabrics and other surfaces. Use to hold stencils securely in place or to mask off areas while stenciling. Contains one roll, 3/4in x 25yds.

$8.09

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Stencil Brush Set - 3pc
Item #32802
These brushes are ideal for stenciling on any surface including fabric. Ergonomically designed, easy-grip handles. Contains 3 natural bristle brushes: 1 each 1/2in, 3/8in, 5/8in.

$7.99

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Color Paint Set December 2014
Item #MSDEC14
Make spirits and your crafts bright with our holiday palette, inspired by the snowy wreath on the cover of the December 2014 issue of Martha Stewart Living! Kit includes full-color instructions for all 3 projects shown and the following colors: Mermaid Teal, Spearmint Green, Camellia Pink, Love Bird and Sterling.

$11.39

Other Supplies
Apron
Oven mitts

Instructions

Stenciled Apron: 

  1. Take the snowflake stencil and adhere it to your surface using stencil tape. Be sure to mask off all areas around the artwork to prevent paint from getting onto other areas of your surface. 
  2. Mix some fabric medium with your paint, and begin stenciling the snowflake in Camellia Pink. Remove stencil while wet and repeat, creating your own all over pattern on the apron.
  3. Repeat above steps with Spearmint Green to create green snowflakes. 
  4. Next, repeat above steps using the berries from the holly stencil to create silver dotted details in Sterling.
  5. Mix fabric medium with Love Bird and use a basic flat brush to paint the trim of your apron. 

Stenciled Oven Mitt:

  1. Take the holly stencil and adhere it to your surface using stencil tape. Be sure to mask off all areas around the artwork to prevent paint from getting onto other areas of your surface. 
  2. Mix some fabric medium with your paint, and begin stenciling holly leaves in Spearmint Green. 
  3. Next, mix some fabric medium with your paint, and begin stenciling the berries in Camellia Pink. Remove stencil while wet and repeat, creating your own all over pattern on the apron.
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