Faux Stain Glass Sun Catcher

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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.

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For this project I used:

Plaid Gallery Glass

A Picture Frame

Dollar Tree Wall Sticker

Faux Stain Glass Sun Catcher Video

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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  1. Very pretty and a really cool technique! Love it!

  2. Such a cool technique! I love how the light looks shining through the colors.

    1. Thank you Emy, so far the colors have held up too – I was a little worried about fading.

    1. Thank you so very much Kristi, I’m so pleased you like it πŸ™‚

  3. I’ve never seen anything like this, what a great idea! So pretty. xo Kathleen Our Hopeful Home

    1. Thank you so much Marie and I love that the stickers can be changed up if you like.

  4. Mother of 3 says:

    Another clever idea! I love how the paint dried and that wall sticker is just the perfect finishing touch.

    1. You are so very sweet, thank you so much Joanne.

    1. Thank you so very much Leanne, and you are so very right.

  5. So pretty! I love the colors you used and it really does look like stained glass!!

    1. Thank you so very much Angie, I’m thrilled you think so

    1. Thank you so much for the Pin and share Marilyn πŸ™‚

  6. Julie Briones says:

    What a lovely idea, Chaz… and it came out so pretty! You could create this sun-catcher in so many styles and colors! Happy to see you at Tuesday Turn About!

    1. Thank you so very much Julie, and you are so right – so many designs, seasons, holidays, etc. Boy you have my mind at work again πŸ˜‰

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