I’m one of those people who loves crafts, in fact I can’t get enough of them! Arts and craft projects are relaxing and in my case a confidence builder! I wouldn’t say I’m very crafty, so the sense of accomplishment I feel once I’ve made something that someone actually wants to have on display in their home is definitely the best feeling.:)
Today on “The Chew” Clinton Kelly shared a fun craft project that is not only perfect for adults, but kids too (with adult supervision since the craft requires scissors). He actually created gorgeous notecards with a kitchen gadget most of us have laying around our homes – a salad spinner! The cards turned out beautifully, are cost effective and you can make them in your favorite color(s). Your friends and family will love them and kids will too!
If you’re looking to make this fun DIY project this weekend, be sure to check out these great instructional videos on how to make the spin art notecards, and be sure to head over to The Chew for Clinton Kelly’s detailed instructions.
Spin art notecards DIY must haves
- Salad spinner
- Acrylic paints
- Card stock
- Masking tape
- Tape or gluestick
- * You can also use fruits and vegetables instead. Clinton Kelly dished on how you can create beautiful artwork using potatoes and artichokes in the second video, below.
Video one: Clinton Kelly shows Carla Hall, Daphne Oz, Mario Batali and Michael Symon how to create fun spin art for all occasions! This is the perfect DIY craft project for both kids and adults!
Video two: Clinton Kelly dishes on how you can put the finishing touches on your spin art, and make it into a notecard! PS And how to add GLITTER to your masterpiece, my favorite! 🙂
This DIY project requires scissors. Please