FAUX Stained Glass With UNICORN SPiT

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Turn basic frames into works of stained glass art with this easy technique!
It's easy to get the look of actual marbled glass with this technique! I used a few of my favorite ColorIt coloring book pages (www.colorit.com) for the pattern and then used a dimensional paint for the faux lead.
Watch how easy it is to make here.
I love how the Glaze Coat makes it look like actual glass.
I used ColorIt coloring book pages for my patterns and then enlarged them to the size I wanted. A simple mixture of glue and Unicorn spit makes the perfect "glass paint"
I worked on smaller frames, but you could easily go BIG.
Suggested materials:
  • Unicorn Spit   (Amazon.com)
  • Glaze Coat Epoxy Resin   (Amazon.com)
Mark Montano
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  • Tobi Ruth Love Tobi Ruth Love on Oct 20, 2017
    What does it look like on the other side? I want to do a glass door.

  • TerriLea TerriLea on Sep 28, 2019

    Do you have pics... I can't see any..

  • MiMi MiMi on May 30, 2020

    HELP?? I’ve seen this done with food coloring too. I painted a bottle and used food coloring gel, colors were beautifully vibrant! After it dried, I sealed it with spray clear coat. It was placed on a covered porch sometimes, not always,,, and within cpl months,, it looked awful 😰💔 Didn’t look like stained glass at all,, colors faded & looked “melted & mixed” & “gummy”

    ANYONE have any ideas why? I can’t see why using the gel would matter,, but,,

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