With some Gallery Glass, a picture frame, and a wall sticker from Dollar Tree, I was able to create a beautiful faux stain glass sun catcher.
For this project I used:
Plaid Gallery Glass
A Picture Frame
Dollar Tree Wall Sticker
I took apart the picture frame and cleaned the glass on both sides.
I dipped my finger in the gallery glass and then pounced it up and down on the glass. This painted the glass and gave it texture.
I continued doing this with all the colors I wanted.
I let the paint dry completely and then put it back in the picture frame. I put the painted side facing in and the not painted side would be the front of the picture. I left the backing off so it could be a sun catcher.
I placed my wall sticker on top of the glass.
I am so pleased with how this sun catcher turned out. The pictures just don’t do it justice. You can place it in a window or hang it on a wall.
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