Glass on one side
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Maybe this project will help
DIY Project: Stenciling on Glass
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Here is a great post on it: http://paintandpattern.com/reverse-stencil-glass/
I would always stencil on the underside of the glass, less problems with wearing design away.........
I always use a little (very small) bit of modge podge to get the stencil to stay in place, and it helps the paint not smudge as well. It's important on glass if your doing a large design. I love mandalas, and get upset (more likely to can the whole project if they smudge) if a piece in the middle gets squished. Remember that 'Ol adage in Kindergarten, "Just a dab will do ya!"
Yes you can stencil on glass, I would do the underside so that it does not scrape off or better yet if you want a permanent stencil use etching cream.