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gallery glass paints

Posted by deja (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 27, 07 at 17:05

i have a lot of gallery glass paints i have now started doing stained glass, my question is does anyone no another use for gallery glass paints?


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RE: gallery glass paints

You could use them to paint ivy bowls and then use the ivy bowls for candles.

Barb


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BEfore I even heard of stained glass - I made inserts for my cabinets out of gallery glass. It fools everybody ! LOL
I also heard you can make a gallery glass "painting" on plastic - peel it off & use it for window clings. Here's my cabinets:

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( Birds on a branch holding cherries )


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OMG! TMG those are amazing!!!!

for the real thing, wouldn't there be seams running through the large pieces too right?


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Good grief!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your windows are gorgeous, TooMuch!!!
How did you do that? Love the birds! I've not even heard of "gallery glass".
Oh... don't tell me. I"m JUST getting started with mosaic! No more crafts for now! :)
It really is professional looking!
Katie


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You're right Nicethyme ! No one knows the difference though . Until I did stained glass neither did I !

You can't believe the story of how much work those were ........ because I didn't know anything ! LOL
I didn't even know how to cut glass when I made those !!
Oh -- it's so funny ....


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