It looks beautiful at night.
As a Planter:
Grow plants like money plant or any other plant that can grow in water.
As a Pen & Brush Holder:
Being an artist how can you forget your brushes. They also deserve some nice place to sit in.
Now here’s a step-wise tutorial for dear readers.
1. Take an empty glass jar or bottle.
2. Wash and let it dry. You can wipe it with spirit afterward to remove any trace of soap.
3. Take a glass painting color of your choice and paint outside of the bottle with a sponge brush.
4. Let it dry for 24 hrs. Though I was impatient and waited only for 3-4 hrs.
5. Use 3D outliner to make outlines and then let it dry.
6. Fill glass colors of your choice inside the 3D outlined design. Let it dry.
7. Alternatively, you can skip step 5 & 6 and can use pearl/shimmer color to directly paint on stained glass or bottle as I did in peacock feather patterned jar.
Here you go. Your Stained glass jar is ready. Imaginations and possibilities are numerous, use your creativity.
P.S : –
1. If your brush strokes are visible on the glass jar and finishing is not that good, try this trick, pour a small quantity of glass color in the bottle and swirl it inside the bottle until color spreads entirely. Keep the bottle upside down on paper/towel and let it dry. Wipe off extra color from the rim.
3. You can use acrylic color also and using mod-podge you can stick object of your choice. I stuck peacock feather (refer image 2).
2. For glossy finish and durability apply a coat of varnish on the finished product and let it dry.
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Let me know your views and opinions…. leave your comments.
Have a wonderful weekend and stay creative!!!