Her new collection is now available in-stores and online at Michaels. Just in time for back to school crafting!

August 20, 2018
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Looking for an activity that engages the whole family and doesn't include a digital screen? Lay out an old sheet on top of the kitchen table and get ready to craft with Martha! Her new collection of family-friendly multi-surface acrylic paints at Michaels is perfect for all kinds of projects on a variety of surfaces like fabric, wood, ceramic, and glass. These new craft paints are compliant with a wide range of safety standards set by the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). This law, implemented in 2008, bans lead in products geared toward children ages 12 and under and prohibits the use of dangerous substances in plastics. Choose from more than 80 bright and cheerful colors and six beautiful finishes – satin, glitter, pearl, metallic, neon, and glow-in-the-dark. Make craft time easier for young ones with durable tools like a basic brush set and adhesive paper stencils in fun patterns and shapes like nautical, animals, space, and flowers. Both are CPSIA-compliant, so all you need to worry about is enjoying family time.

Keep reading for our favorite projects using Martha's new collection of craft paints and stencils!

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This matching backpack and lunch bag project is perfect for back-to-school! Let you children pick their favorite stencil set and paint colors, then adorn their belongings with a fun motif. Add a monogram for personalization.

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Teach your children the important of keeping an organized schedule with a weekly chores calendar and to-do list. Accent each board with fun colors and easy-to-understand symbols made using Martha's new stencil sets.

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Create a dedicated homework center for your young learners by adding playful stenciled designs to a chair, hanging banner, magazine files, and more. Martha's new assortment of paints are available in a range of bright, youthful colors.

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Bring life back to an old piece of furniture with a fresh coat of paint and easily-applied stenciled designs. The whimsical Knights stencil set is princess-approved and the Dinosaurs set brings out your little adventurer's wild side.

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Cheer on the home team with celebratory decorations for your MVP's bedroom, school locker, and watch parties.

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These decorative storage boxes are easy to make and can be customized to each child. Keep toys, mementos, and other accessories within reach for play time but out of sight once the fun wraps up. Add personality to the paper boxes by using Martha's new shape tape available in chevron and scallop patterns. Secure the adhesive tape to the areas you'd like to leave unpainted, apply paint using Martha's new paint bottle pouncer attachment, then remove the tape once the paint has dried. You'll achieve clean lines and a beautiful design!

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