Friday, June 29, 2012

DIY Mirror Clings by Guest Designer Disney Powless from Ruffles & Stuff

Hello, everyone! I am so thrilled to be posting here for Craft Warehouse today. I have to say, when I was asked to pick something from CW to use for a project I thought: "Really? How could I ever choose just one??" Craft Warehouse is like heaven for me. I walk in and my senses are just flooded with delight! In the end I chose to do a project for my daughter and her friend that I thought they would love helping and playing with. I was right! They love these DIY Mirror Clings. I hope you do too! Let's make some.

The main ingredient for this craft is brightly colored puff paints! These worked wonderfully.

You'll also need plastic coated freezer paper (grocery stores) and an image template (optional).

Here are some templates I created for this project. Click these photos to enlarge and print templates, or click here for more templates. You can also freehand any design you'd like!

  • Place a square of freezer paper over your template. You can trace it on to the freezer paper with a pen, or just paint along the lines that show through.
  • Tap the top of the puff paint on the table a few times to get rid of any possible air bubbles and trace the outline of your design with a thick layer of paint.

  • Then fill in your outline, being generous with your amount of paint. Let dry for several hours or overnight.

  • Once completely dry, peel off of the freezer paper.

Then stick them onto your mirror or windows and have fun!

Thanks so much to Craft Warehouse for this great opportunity!

Have a great day, everyone!


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  1. I love this idea! I should totally do it for my little siblings. I was just wondering how easily they stick and how easily they tear. My siblings are a little rough on stuff so if they are going to be ruined super easily, I don't want to go to the effort of making them. Would puffy fabric paint also work?

  2. The more paint you use the more sturdy it will be. Yes, puffy paint will work. This is fabric paint. Have fun!


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