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You can use your stained glassware as a candleholder or even a vase, but keep in mind that if you don’t bake your glass long enough, then the color may not be waterproof (Mod Podge is water-based). To play it safe you can paint on the outside instead, just make sure to use the Mod Podge that has a glossy finish! Crafty Stuff, Diy'S Stains Glasses Vot, Mod Podge, Traditional Party, Crafts Idea, Paintings Glasses Candlehold, Glasses Votiv, Glasses Vases, Podge Rocks
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Step One: Mix Colors To create the ‘paint’ for your glassware you will need to combine food coloring and Mod Podge. Use a glass or disposable container to mix together a tablespoon of Mod Podge with drops of food color to create your desired ‘paint’. You can use the suggested color combinations on the back of your food color box or create your own.