I made these awesome jars with the Krylon Looking Glass spray paint!

I made these awesome jars with the Krylon Looking Glass spray paint!

Looking Glass®- Mirror Like Paint - get the look of mercury glass with a spray-on mirror finish. Lightly spray water inside clean vases, then spray the same area with paint. Turn upside down to dry. For a heavier finish, repeat.

Looking Glass®- Mirror Like Paint - get the look of mercury glass with a spray-on mirror finish. Lightly spray water inside clean vases, then spray the same area with paint. Turn upside down to dry. For a heavier finish, repeat.

Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Spray Paint 6 oz, #9033    found it at Walmart - I tried the Rustoleum product, but didn't get quite the effect I wanted.

Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Spray Paint 6 oz, #9033 found it at Walmart - I tried the Rustoleum product, but didn't get quite the effect I wanted.

This spray paint is at the forefront of one of the hottest Upcycling trends right now. It makes ordinary glass and plastic objects look magical.  Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Spray Paint 6 oz, #9033  #WalmartGreen

This spray paint is at the forefront of one of the hottest Upcycling trends right now. It makes ordinary glass and plastic objects look magical. Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Spray Paint 6 oz, #9033 #WalmartGreen

Create yout own mirro with this $10.29 Krylon Looking Glass Paint 6 oz - Walmart.com

Create yout own mirro with this $10.29 Krylon Looking Glass Paint 6 oz - Walmart.com

Great way to transform some Goodwill lamps: Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. First, spray the body of your plain glass with clean water. While the surface is wet, spray it thoroughly with Looking Glass spray paint. The water will prevent the paint from completely adhering to the surface – exactly what’s required to achieve the characteristically blotchy look of genuine mercury glass. Let the paint dry overnight, and repeat the proces...

Great way to transform some Goodwill lamps: Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. First, spray the body of your plain glass with clean water. While the surface is wet, spray it thoroughly with Looking Glass spray paint. The water will prevent the paint from completely adhering to the surface – exactly what’s required to achieve the characteristically blotchy look of genuine mercury glass. Let the paint dry overnight, and repeat the proces...

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