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food coloring and elmer's glue painted on to regular glass, gives a sea glass look

food coloring and elmer's glue painted on to regular glass, gives a sea glass look

I can't believe how simple this sounds,  Heck of alot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy!

I can't believe how simple this sounds, Heck of alot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy!

Just find 3 candlesticks. primed them and then spray painted them green. The jars were old Fry's salsa jars soaked in bleach solution and labels peeled off. The lids were spray painted to match the candlesticks. We glued the jars onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue. Easy peasy.

Just find 3 candlesticks. primed them and then spray painted them green. The jars were old Fry's salsa jars soaked in bleach solution and labels peeled off. The lids were spray painted to match the candlesticks. We glued the jars onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue. Easy peasy.

Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring and water to give the jars a "sea glass" effect. Mix one teaspoon of Elmer's glue, three drops of food coloring, and 1 1/2 teaspoons of water.

DIY Sea Glass Mason Jars

Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring and water to give the jars a "sea glass" effect. Mix one teaspoon of Elmer's glue, three drops of food coloring, and 1 1/2 teaspoons of water.

How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass | 17 Apart: How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass

How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass | 17 Apart: How To: DIY Antiqued Mercury Mirror Glass

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