Ann Cherkas Halstead
Ann Cherkas Halstead
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  • Loganville, GA

Updated Glass End Tables

7 Materials
4 Hours

I was tired of the clear glass tops to these tables. So I did what any crafter does, I updated them.
I started off by cleaning the glass pieces.
These are the colors I used. I used a mix of acrylic paint and Unicorn spit.
Then I cut up some plastic bags to use as a drop cloth for my painting.
Now it’s time to play. I just randomly squirted the colors. I added antique gold to match the table.
Then what you do is, cover the paint with bags and spread the paint all around.
After you remove the plastic, you'll see a beautiful marble technique and now we have the painted glass.
Then let it fully dry
I let it dry for 24 hours
Next I sprayed with copper spray paint to cover all the areas the paint didn’t touch. Then a coat of clear polyurethane
Then we have our new tables. I hope you enjoyed this.
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