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Gently used or new books decorative painting. Some out of print, some rare, all in great condition and some are new.
Can I use this on dinnerware?
Hi. I am used to working with Pebéo Vitrea on glasses, but my next project is a window. I'm using Pebéo Vitrail for this. I have worked out glass texture
Hi Cheryl I would like to paint the valentine day glasses but everywhere I look they are out of the colours you suggested. Can you suggest two alternatives?
I have 2 old Avon powder puff tins. The colors are faded but the design is still present on one but the other is very faded and essentially not there.
You're just going to love painting with acrylics! Take a look at the classes being offered and register today. Class size is limited!
I just discovered (literally 20 minutes ago) that Adult Coloring books make great stencils for glass painting. I can use graphite paper and a stylus to
Can Pebeo stained glass paint be removed on glass after baking? I initially did the design and read on someone's web page to bake it at 350 instead of
I used four different colors of the Pebebo Vitrail paints on 4 glass panels, and the color is more green than I wanted. The paint is dry, and I am wondering
I am searching for a pen that i can use to trace tiny details onto a glass. The one I have says fine tip but its not fine enough for my purposes. Are
I have steel brushed and cleaned old cream cans. Next I sprayed the cans with spray paint. I want to paint with acrylic paints on the cans. Do I have
What is the best way to trace a design onto a drinking/wine glass? I've been printing an image and taping it to the inside of the glass. Of course this
Angels Trumpet pattern packet is perfect if you love to paint florals with acrylic paints. Suitable for Intermediate level painters.
With Spirit Bird Pattern Packet you can paint this mystical bird
This Be Merry Cardinal Pattern Packet is perfectly suited for Intermediate painters and adventurous Beginners as well. Paint in acrylics and enjoy all seasons.