Paint Roses on Glass
Recycle thrift store finds into beautiful gifts and/or art. Hand paint beautiful roses on glass.
Turn plain old glass into a statement. Lovely roses make this set shine! Perfect for a gift or just for fun.
Paint a bottle of wine to match for an even more welcome gift! Dishwasher safe in the top rack only but I prefer to hand wash.
I started by pouncing in some light green enamel paint for a background on my glass. Enamel paints have a more gloss finish than Multi Surface paints, which I love.
Then I stroke on the first layers. Unlike other surfaces, many times glass needs more than one coat to look opaque.
You must let the layers dry between coats so it helps if you have more than one going at a time.
Keep on going until you have it all finished...more on the blog with a video and links to help you create a fabulous hand painted rose!
Be careful, glass painting gets to be addicting! Just a friendly fair warning.
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Published November 29th, 2015 9:11 PM
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Wathene Adams on Mar 08, 2020
Wow you are one talented lady! These are so beautiful but I'd like to ask are the paints you use specially formulated for painting on glass and are they food or rather drink safe? Do you have to use some sort of sealer over the paint? I did this same thing on or pedestal sink because my husband broke the base before we got it installed in our half bath and it was the last sink in that style and I dearly love that style. I've had many compliments on it over the years but I will say I'm not the natural artist that you are. Still I like how my sink and pedestal turned out and especially that you would never know it had ever been broken. I did however make one fatal error. I sprayed on a sealer so it would protect all my hard work and over time that sealer has yellowed and is starting to chip off and I've found that my paint work will wash off although I've been very careful and haven't damaged it to much.
For those of us who are not artistically talented, maybe we could decoupage a pretty rose napkin on the glass?