Add a touch of glam to your home decor as you follow along with this DIY tutorial to create beautiful waterproof painted glass, glassware and more!
Ever since I shared the idea of how to spray paint a glass vase, I’ve really been wanting to find a way to paint the inside of the vase and have it be waterproof.
Because, wouldn’t it be lovely if you could have beautiful color gleaming through the shiny glass? I think there’s just something almost glamorous and expensive looking about that style.
So, I did some searching online – Google, Pinterest and even YouTube. I found a few methods – some worked, some not so much. But the one method that kept jumping out at me involved using acrylic craft paint, acetone nail polish remover and curing the glass in the oven.
The results? Perfect! Beautiful! Gorgeous! Glamorous! And maybe even expensive looking!
Waterproof Painted Glass
But, don’t take my word for it, hop on over to Kenarry: Ideas for the Home and see for yourself. I’m sharing the full tutorial on how to create beautiful (if I do say so myself) waterproof painted glass over on Kenarry this month.
Plus, I’m sharing some tips so you’ll want to read about for the best results and on how to care for your painted glassware. You’ll definitely want to read those!
More Creative Ideas
I hate to just send you off and left feeling like you went away empty handed, so please take a moment and check out these other creative ideas right here on The Birch Cottage:
You know, it seems like I’ve shared some of my best creative ideas on Kenarry: Ideas for the Home! So, while you’re there learning all about how to create waterproof painted glass, be sure to check out these ideas, too:
- Flower Pot Makeover with Two-Tone Paint
- How to Paint Terra Cotta Pots
- How to Make Coasters from Ceramic Tiles
Oh, yeah, please check out this tutorial on how to make one of my favorite skin softening sugar scrubs, Lemonade Scented Lemon Sugar Scrub. You and your skin will thank me!
I do hope you’ll give this easier-than-it-seems, DIY waterproof painted glass project a try. And when you do, you can leave me a little thank you comment below (or on Kenarry).
Til next time…