DecoArt Social Artworking Paint Party ~ Snow on the Pines
Have you heard about paint parties? They’ve been a little bit trendy for the last few years. Groups of people getting together to paint pictures and visit. It’s always sounded like so much fun to me! I love to paint, but I’ve never painted socially before. Recently in my home town there was a fundraiser to help out a group of the sweetest babywearing moms you’d ever meet. My friends at DecoArt were so generous and donated supplies to host a Social Artworking paint party! The winning bidder got to have a paint party with up to 7 of their friends and I was the lucky one that got to throw the party! All of the money went to help their fantastic cause, and we got to have a party! So much win! I love parties, I love painting, and I love DecoArt so it was a fantastic combination. The painting we decided to do is called “Snow on the Pines” and I’m excited to share the party with you here!
My favorite part about Social Artworking is that anyone can do it! DecoArt has it all thought out, and it is so easy! You can find out more about Social Artworking here, Find a Consultant in your area, or even plan your own party (if you can’t find a consultant in your area, anyone can do it!). They make it so easy with a project calculator that tells you everything you’ll need to host your own successful Social Artworking party.
To setup for the party we covered the tables with plastic disposable table cloths. The easels, canvases, paint palette, and paintbrushes were all set out and ready to paint.
It’s super easy to use the full size pattern and tracing paper to add the design to your canvas before you start. Then step by step instructions make it easy to create beautiful works of art.
We had yummy treats too, because what party is complete without snacks? Since we were painting “Snow on the Pines” we went with snowy pine tree theme. These adorable pine tree cupcakes were a huge hit. They are easy to make using green candy melts, white sprinkles, and a pretzel stick to poke into your white frosted cupcake.
There were gingerbread pine trees, and the hot cocoa bar was delicious.
Everyone had such a good time, and didn’t the paintings turn out fabulous?
I can’t wait to host my next party! You can check out more fun Social Artworking parties by visiting the Social Artworking Blog here. So many fun parties and ideas!