The scrap glass window is finished and placed on my windowsill. It makes me smile a lot during the day. I find myself staring at it for long periods of time both amused and amazed that I was able to complete it in about 6 weeks, with a good 10 days off in between.
|It's grout time!|
|2 panes down, 4 to go|
|Sitting on the sill in my room|
I worked on the crescent moons too. One has glass and mirror on it. The stars are painted in a glow-in-the-dark paint and covered in tempered glass.
Had some fun too with plaster cast strips and an old porcelain doll.
|Getting it ready for the strips|
|Looking very macabre and creepy ... like a mummy or something much worse.|
And while waiting for plaster to dry, I pulled out the next candle holder (because all of the ones I had listed on Etsy have been sold recently - woo-hoo!!) and the glass to go with it. Love these colors of blue.
I painted some switch plate covers using acrylics and glow-in-the-dark paint. When I can figure out how to get a photo of the glowing paint, I'll share it. I think I have to invest in a black light soon because I really love using that paint!
|Portions of the clouds are painted in glow-in-the-dark paint. Can be turned either way too!|
|Only the flower has glow-in-the-dark paint. This too can be flipped either way.|
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