DecoArt Provides Earth Day Crafts with Evette Rios


CHA Member DecoArt partners with Evette Rios and Goodwill in New York/New Jersey for hot Earth Day Crafts.  Check out the press release below and DIY videos at  www.decoart.com/diy.

CREATE A STYLISH EARTH DAY DINNER PARTY WITH EVETTE RIOS

STANFORD, Ky.– (4/19/2010) In honor of Earth Day 2010, Evette Rios, a national eco-craft and green-living enthusiast, and DecoArt, Inc, a leading craft and specialty finishes manufacturer, have teamed up with Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, Inc.’s retail blog, “A Good Look by GoodwillNyNj” to create a series of DIY home décor online projects.

The five videos, which were shot in Goodwill‘s Chelsea store in Manhattan, will feature Rios preparing a dinner to honor the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day.

Rios, who is a Rachael Ray Content Buddy as well as a contributor to Planet Green’s “The G-Word,” says, “I was thrilled to get involved with Goodwill and DecoArt on this project!”

“I love getting people to rethink their approach to second hand items,” Rios says. “Products made using sustainable materials are great, but using your creativity to transform what has already been created is greater and GREENER! Plus- it’s a whole lot of fun!”

All of the videos can be found at  www.decoart.com/diy starting Monday, April 19, 2010. One video per day will be released throughout Earth Day week. The content is free to be distributed and shared.

About Evette Rios

Evette Ríos is a craft and design expert, and all-around home enthusiast. As Content Buddy for the Rachael Ray Show and is a contributor to Planet Green’s flagship show, The G-Word’s as a field correspondent for a segment entitled “Salvage”- which creates amazing furniture from curbside junk-sparing the environment and spotlighting green art and sustainable solutions everywhere. Previously, Evette was co-host and designer for Freestyle (HGTV), TLC’s home repair show In A Fix, and host for 100 Days of Holidays for Better Homes & Garden’s and Better.Tv. Evette writes “Kitchen Fix” for Everyday with Rachael Ray and “Cosas De Diseño” for Siempre Mujer magazine.

About Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey

Established in 1915, Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, Inc. is a regional non-profit organization serving the unemployed, people with physical and mental disabilities, the elderly and disadvantaged youth. Goodwill provides vocational, training, and job placement programs, in-school and after-school programs for youth, and rehabilitation services. To help support its mission with revenues, the New York-New Jersey Goodwill operates 38 thrift stores in New York City, on Long Island, in upstate New York, and Northern New Jersey. Goodwill also provides barrier-free housing for people with disabilities and the elderly. For information on Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, Inc.’s retail operations and donation programs, visit www.facebook.com/AGoodLook.GoodwillNyNj , http://twitter.com/goodwillnynj or http://goodwillnynj.wordpress.com/.

About DecoArt, Inc.:

Since 1985, DecoArt has manufactured one of the broadest lines of acrylic paints and finishes for general arts and crafts use in the world. The line includes all-purpose acrylics for professional artists, crafters, and students. Located centrally in the United States, DecoArt manufactures numerous specialty paints that are designed specifically for surfaces like glass, ceramics, fabric, and metal, from its Stanford, KY production facility. DecoArt products are known around the world for their superior and consistent quality and excellent value. For more information on DecoArt, visit www.DecoArt.com

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