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Perfect for holding Hairbands, Jewellry etc ...
I got this idea on Holiday and decided to make it. I went to Squires in Shepperton for my Glass and Paint as they have a fantastic range. This project can vary from really easy to hard depending on your talent - I found it quite easy. It can also can vary from cheap to expensive depending on your materials and it can take you 45 minutes to 3 hours also depnding on if you rush it or take your time.
You can do it without a stencil.

And If you paint over the lines get a thin paintbrush and scrape it off, The stencil I used (£1 from squires) does NOT peel off.

Please let me know if you like it - send me a message or comment on my profile


Posted by Arty Addict from London, United Kingdom • Published See Arty Addict's 7 projects »

  • How to make a glass charm. Stained Glass Plate - Step 1
    Step 1

    Get all your equipment

  • Step 2

    Design it on paper then use your place it on your glass (cup, plate etc)

  • Step 3


    Be carful. I did one lot of colour at a time (e.g. green, then yellow lastly red

  • Step 4

    Let it dry and give it a second coat if you want

  • Step 5

    TA DA! Your finished.

    Wrap it up for someone or keep it for yourself!

    Hope you enjoy! And let me know what you think

    Happy Making


    Arty A


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