The very colorful nature of paint chips make them a perfect medium to make handmade Christmas cards.
The first example, pictured above, is a simple design using traditional Christmas colors along with a stamped message. Go here to see what else was used in its construction.
Although not technically very Christmas-y, in the appropriate colors these paint chip place cards will brighten any holiday table. See the tute at Itsy Bitsy Paper...
All hail the versatile paint chip! It seems as though its limits know no bounds, well, at least in our minds. What's not to love about pre-cut, pre-colored pieces of paper? Not a whole lot.
We've established an infatuation with paint chips on Curbly, it just can't be avoided! Here's another great idea for paint chips: little matchbook-style notepads!
My love with paint chips is a well-documented one, and word on the street is I'm not alone in my obsession with the colorful little gems. Here's an easy art project that will look modern and professional, all while putting that boxed collection to a good use and clearing out some space for more paint chips!
Having your paint swatches on hand is pretty convenient when you stumble accross a great home decor or fabric store. Camilla of Effortless Style wanted her loose swatches organzied and compact, and came up with a fabulous paint deck. This pocket-sized DIY option is perfect for tossing in your purse.
So, let's say you collected a ton of paint chips for that Easter Egg Garland, but a) never made it or b) got greedy at the paint store and have a bunch of "left overs"... What do you do now? Why, make some cool, mod, geometric wall art, that's what!
Oh, no we didn't! Just when you thought we couldn't possibly have any more paint chip projects up our sleeves, we go and drop this on you.
It's no secret, we love clever uses of paint chips here at Curbly, so this Easter-themed DIY project is like catnip for us. Add the fact that the cost is practically zero... I mean, it's a no-brainer!