Toni Scott-Daniel
Toni Scott-Daniel
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DIY - Crackled Glass Look


I've always loved the look of crackled glass, and wanted to make my own. So after experimenting for a while, I've come up with a quick and easy effect to give my glass that crackled look!
diy crackled glass look

For this project, you'll need a clean glass piece, Crayola crayons (gray and white), glitter glue and a clear, non-yellowing protective coating spray.
diy crackled glass look

Using a gray crayon, draw vertical lines across the glass all the way around. Include lines at the bottom of the glass piece.
diy crackled glass look

Next, draw arc shaped horizontal lines all the way around the glass piece.
diy crackled glass look

Repeat the same process using a white crayon. Be sure to also draw lines on the lip of the glass.
diy crackled glass look

After you've gotten the cracked pattern that you like, use glitter glue to paint sparkles all around the piece. Fill your paint brush what a good amount of glitter glue and paint in a crosshatch motion.
diy crackled glass look

After the glue is completely dry, take the glass pieces outside and spray with two coats of a clear protective spray paint. Make sure your glass piece is completely covered with the spray protection, if not your glue and crayon effect will wash off with water.
diy crackled glass look


diy crackled glass look

When you're finished, you'll be able to enjoy the beautiful crackled glass look without the expense or having to blow glass!

Watch how I created these pieces!
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Suggested materials:

  • Clean glass piece, your choice
  • Crayola crayons (gray and white)
  • Glitter glue  (Dollar Tree)
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  • Kimberly Kernes Horton
    on Mar 2, 2018

    Woukd this work on plastic? I am trying to find a way to make chargers with this look. Like old dishes.

  • Mis14735774
    on Jul 7, 2018

    could you use it for pendant light over with the heat from the bulb melt it?

  • Kathy Dart
    on Aug 13, 2018

    I tried this project yesterday , made sure I had all the correct materials. After I did the lines with the crayons to look the way I wanted , I applied the glitter glue......it took the lines off of my glass piece. What did I do wrong ?

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