We’re just over a week away to Thanksgiving and then we’re on to celebrate all the winter holidays – exciting! If you’re looking for great metallic and patina holiday decor ideas, you’ve come to the right place! Our Metal Effects and Metallic Paint Collection are perfect for holiday crafts large and small and better yet, take no time at all to create. Many of our creative customers and friends have been sharing their Modern Masters-inspired holiday projects and since caring is sharing, we thought we’d pay it forward. 🙂
The talented Susan of the This Makes That blog used the Metal Effects Rust Finish for a trio of patinated candleholders. So pretty!
Carmen Hand Crafts wowed us with these wooden steampunk snowflakes patinated with both the Rust and Verdigris oxidizing patinas from our Metal Effects line. They’ll look beautiful hanging from the tree!
Our friend Laura Kuhlmann of Pet Scribbles recently shared her recipe for DIY Mercury Glass Pumpkins on the Pink When blog. Using Hunter Green, Sage and Oyster Metallic Paint, she created the faux look by layering the paints onto one another. Click the link for the shimmery tutorial!
Pinecones get a touch of patina – and aren’t the results so pretty? Dana McGarry of Emporium 228 used the Bronze Reactive Metallic Paint and the Blue Patina Aging Solution to add the beautiful time-worn color to the pinecone edges.
Steph of Crafting in the Rain used her considerable talents in creating a gold painted noel cutout as her guest post for the Crafting Chicks blog. She used Olympic Gold Metallic Paint for the lustrous project on the lettering cutout.
Artist Bonnie Lecat of Bonnie Lecat Designs always creates and shares beautiful holiday design ideas – check out her Etsy shop! This is a paint and patina pumpkin mural with an owl face and rusty, metallic accents with our Metal Effects. Stunning!
We hope you’ve enjoyed these holiday decor accent ideas with Modern Masters! They are great ideas for your Thanksgiving table, mantel, holiday porch, Christmas tree and more. Pin these ideas to your boards for merry inspiration and be sure to send us your holiday projects to firstname.lastname@example.org! We’d love to see and share them!