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mercury glass spray a very light base coat of any color Krylon spray paint, dry overnight spray a coat of Krylon looking glass paint immediately spray your piece with a 1/2 water/ 1/2 vinegar solution, let sit for a minute pop the little bubbles with a paper towel to make it shiny spary spray a very lightcoat of clear high gloss

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DIY Mercury Glass

DIY Mercury Glass Mason Jars. Looking Glass Spray Paint, Equal Parts Vinegar/Water Spray Bottle. Spray With Water Mix Then Add Light Coat Of Spray Paint. Allow To Dry. Use A Paper Towel To Wipe Away Bubbled Areas For Completed Look.

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10 Creative DIY Wedding Centerpieces with Tutorials

creative diy antiqued mercury mirror glass wedding centerpieces

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DIY Mercury Glass Tutorial

DIY Mercury Glass Tutorial with pictures

Simply spritz the inside of a glass vase with water -- some of the water will bead, and some will run down inside the vase. While the vase's interior is still wet, spray it with a coat of Krylon Looking Glass spray paint. Let dry before spraying another coat.

Love mercury glass? Fantastic faux mercury glass tutorial by Vintage Fragment! Can't wait to try it on my lamps!

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Real Rustic Wedding: Vero Beach, FL

simple greens with a glass lantern

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you can get the vases at Dollar Tree for $1 each. 3 bags of the rocks at $1 each, and the floating candles in a 6 pack for $2.99 at Hobby Lobby. With the flower, in the colors of the season, you've got yourself a very pretty, and very thrifty centerpiece!

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DIY Glitter Vase

DIY Glitter Vase: dollar store vases transformed into something gorgeous for wedding decor, Christmas or special occasion!

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babies breath + mercury glass (or use DIY mercury glass containers)