Monday, March 7, 2011

Painted Glass

I love mason jars and other glass containers I can find at Good Will, but I recently discovered how to add a pretty pale color that makes them extra beautiful.



The trick? Mod Podge and food coloring!


 I can't wait to make a few of these:

13 comments:

jessie said...

What a great idea! That's so easy, cheap, and fun. I hope I remember this by the time I get a house of my own and have room for stuff like this. Thanks for sharing!
xo,
Jessie
http://sweetlilsomethings.blogspot.com/

Chrissy said...

They look very pretty! Love the idea!
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Hugs xxx

Diana Smith said...

THESE ARE ADORABLE! I love what you did!

Jess said...

Oh my gosh! I have a friend that loves Mason jars and I've been searching for the perfect engagement gift for her - and these are it! :)

Thanks a bunch!

BLISS! said...

I love them! Not sure what mod podge is, but i will find out :)

Great inspiration, thanks so much for sharing!


xx
Michaela @ bliss!

brlracincwgrl said...

I love this idea! So beautiful :)

Kristin said...

Such a great idea! I am all about mason jars, they work great as vases too!
xxKristin

esdelope said...

These are beautiful! I absolutely adore the look of painted blue glass, so would love to give this a shot - to me it reminds me of the beach!

Becca

Ashley said...

I really love these! So simple and gorgeous :]

Diana Mieczan said...

That is a brilliant idea and Im going to give it a try:) Thanks, sweetie
Kisses

Ps: I’m hosting a charming jewelry GIVEAWAY today! Hope you’ll join in:)

Jeri Lynne said...

Great idea! Thanks for the tip. My kids are always wanting crafts to do on the weekends (especially if they get to paint), so we will definitely give these a try!

Heylee Brooke said...

how cool! mod podge and food coloring... i had no idea...
i love those hanging ones too.

Unknown said...

Awesome! Finally a project that won't cost a tons and one where I all ready have the essentials to start... I wonder what the look will be like over white milk glass. Thanks.