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    • Kylee Keller

      Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry.--what a cool craft idea

    • Erica Carson Frost

      Paint Elmer's glue and food coloring on clean, dry glass and it will dry to a seaglass effect. Instructions: I used Elmer's Glue poured into a cup and then added small amounts of Wilton's Food Coloring until I liked the color Then I used a soft paint brush . It's amazing after it dries it really dries transparent. You don't need a sealer. // Did this with a mason jar - glue was kind of clumpy here and there. Might try it again with candlesticks though.

    • Wendys Guardia

      Seaglass Effect- Mix Elmers glue and food coloring and paint glass to create a sea glass/ frosted glass effect.

    • Shannon Fallon

      DIY vintage colored glass - glue and food coloring Seaglass effect

    • Kate Jensen

      Elmer's glue and food coloring to made sea glass! #crafts #DIY

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