pIf you would like to paint glass, whether its glassware, a window, a vase or a jar there are a few things to know ask yourself before you start. Will the piece be for decorative purposes or will it be exposed to heat or wear and tear? The answer /p
A few Summers ago, we bought some Martha Stewart glass paint and went to town. We love how easy it is to create beautiful DIY projects using glasses, vases, mason jars, etc. Here are a few more glass painting projects to try this weekend! All of these ideas would add a creative touch to your home, and make great gifts! Enjoy 1. Mercury Glass | 2. Sea Glass Vases 3. Tinted Glass Jars | 4. Chalkboard Wine Glasses 5. Metallic Confetti Tumblers | 6. Frosted Tumblers
DIY Mercury glass mason jars. Looking glass spray paint, equal parts vinegar/water spray bottle. Spray with water mix then add light coat of spray paint. Allow to dry. Use a paper towel to wipe away bubbled areas for completed look.
Get the Seaglass Look with Sea Glass Spray Paint and Frosted Glass Spray Paint... http://www.completely-coastal.com/2016/09/seaglass-spray-paint-frosted-glass.html Turn Glass Bottles and Glass Jars into Beachy Vases with Sea Glass Spray Paint!
1 tsp of glue : 3 drops of food colouring : 1.5 tsp of water. The more food colouring the darker the jar will be. In order to make a turquoise shade you will need two drops of blue and 1 drop of green.
DIY: How to Paint and Apply French Decals to Glass - Shabby French Painted Jars - tutorials show how to paint and distress jars, then how to create decals using graphics from The Graphics Fairy - via By Dreams Factory