DIY Beach Glass      Directions:    1) Start with clean, dry glass bottles and jars and prepare your workspace.  2) Mix the school glue and water as if you were making homemade mod podge.  Just mix 2-3 parts glue to 1 part water.  3) Add a few drops of blue and green food coloring. Add more blue or green depending on your preference.  Add just a little dish liquid.

DIY Beach Glass Directions: 1) Start with clean, dry glass bottles and jars and prepare your workspace. 2) Mix the school glue and water as if you were making homemade mod podge. Just mix 2-3 parts glue to 1 part water. 3) Add a few drops of blue and green food coloring. Add more blue or green depending on your preference. Add just a little dish liquid.

Essa da garrafa pendurada em uma area aberta de tão simples, ficou lindo.      Essa outra ídeia amei, principalmente em um dia de festa, o...

Essa da garrafa pendurada em uma area aberta de tão simples, ficou lindo. Essa outra ídeia amei, principalmente em um dia de festa, o...

All you need is some alcohol ink (available from craft stores) and some rubbing alcohol. After that, you can go to town experimenting with different techniques to create the effects you want! I love the splatter look that’s going on in this version from A  | followpics.co

All you need is some alcohol ink (available from craft stores) and some rubbing alcohol. After that, you can go to town experimenting with different techniques to create the effects you want! I love the splatter look that’s going on in this version from A | followpics.co

Best description of how to dye glass bottles and jars http://www.itsoverflowing.com/2012/04/simple-tips-to-tinting-bottles/

Best description of how to dye glass bottles and jars http://www.itsoverflowing.com/2012/04/simple-tips-to-tinting-bottles/

Neutrals instead of the jewel tones I've seen..I've done this to so many jars it's becoming a hoarding issue lol. .but hey, I'm recycling them & making them prettier too!! Now all my raw herbs, resins, and everything else will have a nice pretty jar to live in :-)

Neutrals instead of the jewel tones I've seen..I've done this to so many jars it's becoming a hoarding issue lol. .but hey, I'm recycling them & making them prettier too!! Now all my raw herbs, resins, and everything else will have a nice pretty jar to live in :-)

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

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