Martha Stewart Crafts {Glass paint liquid fill pretty craft project}

Martha, Martha, Martha!

Hey there everyone!

Today I am sharing the new

Martha Stewart glass painting program

Liquid glass

Did you know Martha Stewart and I grew up in the same home town?

I mean not at the same time or anything..she is just  few years older than I:)

Nutley, New Jersey it was.

Then did you know her family, I believe Grandparents have a farm out in Buffalo, NY?

And did you know I wound up moving to Buffalo NY when I was 11?

So you see Martha and I are kindred spirits if you will.

Except here I am blogging and Martha is on TV.

Oh well, who said life was fair.

What was fair is that I was sent all these awesome goodies.

Martha Stewart crafts

What to do, what to do!~

Spring is right around the corner and I am longing for pretty flowers, birds chirping and butterflies.

It’s true, I love Spring!

Birds nest

I had this old copper lantern that was sorta saddened and plain looking.

Why not jazz it up with a dash of Spring.

The liquid glass paint was the perfect choice.

Old lanternWorking with the liquid glass was fairly simple.

I say fairly, for fault of my own.

I thought I knew what I was doing and dug right into it.

However, YOU MUST read directions…

who would think?

Just kidding, but YES, read all the instructions and you too will have a very pretty

stained glass look on the Martha Stewart cling ons.

As you can see I chose to have this look on a pretty copper lantern I just happened to have on hand.

Liquid glass #marthastewartA very pretty Welcome to Spring!

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Once you fill in all your flowers with the CLEAR liquid fill and let completely dry,

that is when you can bring in the color of choice.

The colors really made me smile

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They yelled SPRING! Spring is in the air.

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I let my color dry completely before I peeled my flowers off to adhere them to my lantern.

liquid glass project with Martha Stewart paint

How to use liquid fill paint on glass #marthstewart

I really like how a simple, plain ole lantern

turned Spring can make you smile.

Martha Stewart review of liquid glass

These Martha Stewart products can be found at Michaels.

Disclosure: I wrote this post as part of a campaign with Plaid Enterprises and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own. I was not paid for this post, but I did receive the materials for the project.

For more inspiration, follow Plaid Crafts on Pinterest and Martha Stewart Crafts Board on Pinterest.

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I wrote this post as part of a sponsored campaign with Plaid Enterprises and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.

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  1. Kris says

    Wow…I love that! I did not know all of those facts about you and Martha!!!! Who knew????
    She does have some good products!!!
    xo Kris

  2. says

    These are so very pretty, Debbie. I love all the different ways you used and decorated the glass with. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.
    xo
    Angelina

  3. Anne Marie says

    I scored a bunch of these on ebay just recently. But haven’t tried them yet…they look so purdy. Guess what my next project is…

  4. says

    I love spring too. It’s my favorite season! This turned out adorable. I love that you had that lantern already. It’s so nice when it just works out! You did a great job!! ~Tammy

  5. says

    I too am ready for Spring! What a fun project Debbie–it turned out fabulous.

    I’m one of those girls who jumps right in too… lol

    gail

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