I’ve been thinking about making some type of stained glass mason jars for a long time now. And every time I crossed paths with my Gallery Glass faux stain glass supplies I was reminded of this idea …
and then I would forget.
Out of sight, out of mind.
But recently I gave my craft space a big overhaul. And I was thiiiiiiiis close to getting rid of the Gallery Glass supplies when I remembered my stained glass mason jar idea.
And I’m so glad I did. Because I love how they turned out …
HOW TO MAKE MONDRIAN STAINED GLASS MASON JARS
Use the peel and stick leading to map out your Mondrian pattern. This is really easy to cut using a butter knife or even your fingernails.
The liquid leading is then used to fill in the gaps between lead lines. You can apply directly from the bottle’s tip.
Once the liquid leading is dry, begin applying the Gallery Glass colors. The bottles have small tips so you can apply directly from the jar. Just be careful not to add to much or it will run.
Then I applied the red, blue, and yellow. Wipe up drips.
After the first coat dried, I added a second coat of each color.
I think they’ll look great at night with a candle inside too.
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