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Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry. oh my life will never be the same.

Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry. oh my life will never be the same.

Mix Elmer’s glue with food coloring and paint it on to any glass to make it look like sea glass when dry. In a bowl, you will want to add one teaspoon of glue, three drops of food coloring and 1 1/2 teaspoons of water .. These look really nice with candles, or electric candles, glow sticks ect inside them :) ~Frisky

Mix Elmer’s glue with food coloring and paint it on to any glass to make it look like sea glass when dry. In a bowl, you will want to add one teaspoon of glue, three drops of food coloring and 1 1/2 teaspoons of water .. These look really nice with candles, or electric candles, glow sticks ect inside them :) ~Frisky

How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass--one more tutorial...not very different than the others...i think i want more holes and streaks...these look too silvery

How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass--one more tutorial...not very different than the others...i think i want more holes and streaks...these look too silvery

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants! - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins

Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants! - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins

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