October 29, 2012
Welcome back from the weekend. We hope you were able to carve out sometime to craft. If not, no worries we want to kick off the week with a simple fall themed project you can create. Add elegant charm to your décor with this napkin covered glass votive. This fall glass votive is a perfect project to make this time of year. Connie Lanham made this project using Mod Podge. All the materials you need are below, along with their instructions.
- Liquid Leaf ® – Classic
- Mod Podge ® Hard Coat, 8 oz.
Fall themed napkin
- Clean glass votive set aside.
- Separate napkin layers so that you only have the top printed layer.
- Apply to glass votive with ½” brush and Mod Podge. Fold napkin as you work your way around the votive.
- Apply Mod Podge to the edge of the napkin past the rim and let dry.
- Once napkin is dry, use craft knife to cut away excess napkin.
- Clean away any Mod Podge from rim of votive. Apply Liquid Leaf to rim, let dry.
September 25, 2012
Do you enjoy crafting with glass? Glass is a great surface to craft on. It comes in several sizes, and many glass surfaces can be used not just as decor around your home, but also as a place to store trinkets and miscellaneous items. Since glass is so versatile it makes it a great surface to use during the Halloween season. The possibilities are endless on the type of Halloween projects you can create with glass. In case you are stumped on Halloween glass project ideas, we’ve got you covered. Below are 7 great glass projects that are perfect for Halloween.
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April 12, 2012
If you are interested in Gallery Glass here is a technique you should know. See below step by step to learn about the casting technique.
Gather your materials, including Gallery Glass Window Color, leading blank, surface and pattern.
Using a palette knife, spread sections of Window Color onto leading blanks. Make sure areas of color are large enough to cover pattern shapes. Let dry at least 12 hours.
Place pattern under leading blank behind appropriate colors and cut out with craft knife. Set aside.
Carefully peel up cut pieces from leading blank and place on surface referring to pattern.