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    • Julie Leblanc

      Guest Post: DIY Mercury Glass Tutorial {Kelley Maria} | Lovely Little Details

    • Cynthia Hallum

      DIY Mercury Glass Tutorial #glass #diy #tutorial #mercury glass #candle #votive #home #scandinavian

    • Deanna Morgan

      Would like to try this on a old lamp

    • Sue Fisher

      DIY Mercury Glass Supplies: - Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Spray Paint - Metallic Gold Acrylic Paint - Metallic Silver Acrylic Paint - Lamp (Ebony) Black Acrylic Paint - Sponge (cut into small pieces) - Cotton Swabs - Cotton Pads - Clear glass candle holder Instructions: 1. Spray the “looking glass” paint on the inside of goblet. Spray the bottom of stem base and lightly spray the stem as well. *Note: with Looking Glass Mirror-like paint you must paint the reverse of the side that will be showing. Spray 5 very thin coats, allowing 1 minute between coats. Paint sprays dull, but reverse side has mirror-like effect. 2. This next part is very tedious and takes patience! Dip the piece of cotton in the acrylic paint, switching off between metallic gold, metallic silver and black. Dab the inside of the goblet to remove patches of the spray paint. I switched off using the cotton swabs and pads. Repeat until you have the desired look. Next, dip the sponge in acrylic paints and “sponge” the inside of the goblet to add some color. Sponge the stem and bottom of the goblet as well. I used mostly gold and black for the sponge effect. Once paint has dried, repeat the process of removing paint from the stem and bottom of goblet.

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