The Blend Holiday Shopping Price Guide

Hey everyone! Check out the below price guide to get a feel for what types of items I have available and what budgets they fit. Check out my shop page for specific items, join my Facebook group for items/updates, or email me at theblend21.blog@gmail.com with questions!

Craft Fair Prep

Y’all . I am so excited to announce that I’m signed up for a craft fair in September on the 21st!! This is my first one but I have so many ideas of different things to make. Please come out and see me!!


I haven’t posted many more blogs about the specific art projects I’ve been creating these last few months but many of which I’m hoping to make for the fall fest. My insta has all sorts of craft posts ➡ Check out my account or join my Facebook group to see more content. Here’s a few sneak peeks:

At the fair I plan to have acrylic + resin trinket dishes, acrylic & alcohol ink coaster sets, earrings, necklace pendants, wall art, popsockets, a few clocks, and several ornaments! As things progress, I’ll share more about the inventory I’ll have available, all the craft fair prep I do, and the event itself. Yay for growth in my crafting! 🖤

Catching up…

Things have been so crazy over the last month! I’ve been super crafting these past few weeks and I’m loving it! It’s literally like all I want to do in my free time 😂. I’ve been really making crafting a priority and pretty much work on it like 5 days a week. 🙈


I found some amazing artists to follow for inspiration (check them out on YouTube – Waterfall Acrylics and Pouring Your Heart Out) and they’ve taught me so much already! I’m trying new techniques and branching out to trying new color palettes. Julie makes her own pouring medium and I totally tried it (instead of 100% liquitex pouring medium or 100% floetrol) and I love it! ♥️ It’s a blend of floetrol, glue-all, pouring medium (I use my liquitex), and water.

While I’ve been gone I’ve finished several pieces of wall art, necklaces, earrings, coaster sets, and dishes.

And I made a Facebook group to share new items I post for sale > join to get in on the deets!

I still have more to try and explore but acrylic pouring has been too much fun! I’ll post some of the items for sale on the shop page but they’re also in my Etsy shop > check it out!

More to come 😘

Acrylic Pour 0️⃣0️⃣5️⃣ – Coral Water Canvas (10×20″)

So what are your thoughts on the colors for this bad boy? 🤔 I used the metallic again (still love it ✨) but added in a yellow and coral (+ white of course).

White, Coral Cove, Hay, & Aquamarine

For this pour, I used a 10×20″ canvas and did two flip cups. I also used some of my leftover paint to circle the edges of the cups/canvas prior to lifting as well.


Here is the process video…

andddd.. here are some pictures of the painting now that it’s dried! 🤩

I’ll share more once the top coat goes on!

Acrylic Pour 0️⃣0️⃣4️⃣

And, since I had leftover colors from the 1st pour, I made a smidge more white and used them to make coasters. See the first painting here.

I’m loving on the metallic blue in these pours.


But as far as the coasters go: I love how they came out! They’re still drying but are looking super good! ♥️

Check out the process video clip below👇👇


But – it’s time for bed and watching Ozark with Rob. More to come as they dry and need a top coat!! ✌️

Enjoy the week!!

Acrylic Pour 0️⃣0️⃣3️⃣

Now that I’ve started recording some of my pours I wanted to share them here on the blog! Last night I did 4 pours (#3-#6) and I think #3 is my favorite so it’s the first I’ll share. Anything with blues automatically gets a leg up in my book but that’s besides the point 😂 💙 This one is on a 10×20″ canvas.

For this painting I used 4 colors, one of which was a metallic. Since I did a white flood coat I used the most white in this one. I also made my own pouring medium (glue all + floetrol + water). In this painting I used the smallest amount of silicone as well.

The paints were Anita’s and DecoArt and I snagged them from Hobby Lobby.


I started the pour with a white flood coat. By doing all of the white first I was able to tilt it and spread it out level before adding my flip cup. In trimming this video you don’t see this but it’s worth calling out: once I added my flip cup I let the colors settle and drip down for a minute before poking a hole in the cup to float it.

Once the white was on and leveled/spread out I was ready to add my flip cup. My cup was made from all four colors.

Then, after the majority of the work was done I needed to check the edges for coverage and flow over. This video looks less exciting but I promise it’s super important.

Next step: the long wait for it to dry!! I’ll share more as this one progresses! ♥️✨

Here’s what it looks like right now: