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  • Sarah Nicholls

    How to make your own fake stained glass. Love this idea for kitchen door

  • Crystal Ball

    Faux Stained Glass.... One thrift store framed picture covered with glass One bottle of white glue One bottle of clear glue Acrylic paints Black Sharpie pen Craft Blade Super Glue Drawn pattern (or page from a coloring book)

  • Petra Reynolds

    Stained glass effect using craft glue and acrylic paint. Awesome and cheap idea. You can use coloring pages as patterns, and if you do the outline for them even little ones can do it!

  • Melissa Morato

    faux stained glass paint

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