• Hope Freytag

    This weekend's project for sure. Just some simple acrylic paint poured in and swirled around.

  • Criss Tolliver

    painted jars: Acrylic paint poured in and swirled around. Let dry over night.

  • Lauren Murphy

    Just some acrylic paint poured in and swirled around. Let dry overnight. Why did I get rid if those small glass vases!!!

  • Monica Lubawy

    Love colored glass jars! Just some acrylic paint poured in and swirled around. Let dry overnight.

  • 3workinggirls Handbags & Accessories

    Just some acrylic paint poured in and swirled around. Let dry overnight. (Keep an eye out for prettyily shaped clear glass bottles, jars, and pitchers.)

  • Carolyn Bowers

    Painting vases - acrylic paint poured in and swirled around.

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