Faux Stained Glass With Unicorn SPiT and Old Picture Frame
Picked up a picture frame with glass at Goodwill for $2.50. I drew the pattern on by free hand with a Sharpie but you could easily trace a pattern from online.
Locate an old picture or frame where you can take the backing and glass out. I picked mine up for $2.50 at Goodwill.
I used Americana 3D glass writer to trace over my Sharpie lines. Let that dry for a day. I then applied Gallery Glass in a swirl pattern for a watery background look. Let dry another day and it will be completely clear and awesome!
Used my Unicorn SPIT to paint my scene. This stuff is AMAZING with many uses! Let my Spit dry overnight.
Next I used a spray high gloss polyurethane sealer over the entire side of the glass that I painted. Again, let dry overnight.
I used a clear epoxy, EP6000 which can be purchased everywhere. A little goes a long way. I dabbed it with a q-tip onto the inside of the frame where the glass lays. Need to work quick here as this dries fairy fast. Then easily lay your glass piece into the frame putting the side you painted on to the viewable side. (This will be hanging on your wall).
Hang it on your wall and enjoy!!
- Unicorn Spit, glass picture frame, Gallery Glass, Americana gloss black 3D paint, high gloss polyure (Michaels, Goodwill, www.unicornspit.com.)