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Stain Glass Ornament

By: Lynn Thomas for FaveCrafts.com
Stain Glass Ornament
Stain Glass Ornament
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"Using clear glass ornaments. I used stain glass outline paint to make the patterns. Once the pattern dried I dropped the colors in one at a time. I used the same paint that is used for flat stain glass. I had to wait for each section to dry before I could color another section watching for drips and wiping them up before they dried. It took about 2 weeks to finish each one. I used the container they came in to hold them as they dried. I did several at a time. I gave the finished ornaments as Christmas gifts."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

MaterialsGlass, Paint

Primary TechniquePainting

Intermediate

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Clear glass ornaments
  • Stain glass outline paint
  • The same paint that is used for flat stain glass

Instructions

  1. Using clear glass ornaments, I used stain glass outline paint to make the patterns.

  2. Once the pattern dried I dropped the colors in one at a time. I used the same paint that is used for flat stain glass.

  3. I had to wait for each section to dry before I could color another section watching for drips and wiping them up before they dried. I used the container they came in to hold them as they dried. It took about 2 weeks to finish each one. 

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