How to Paint on Ceramic with Glass Paint ~ Today I’m sharing a super EASY way to customize a ceramic wind chime. I do mean EASY! I found a super cute wind chime at the dollar store but I found it was missing a little touch of life. I grabbed a stencil and some glass paint from Martha Stewart Crafts #12MonthsOfMartha supplies I received this month and within an hour I had my very own custom wind chime. Yes, it was really that fast!
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How to Paint on Ceramic with Glass Paint
– Ceramic Surface to paint on (Wind Chime).
– Adhesive Silkscreen (I used the dragon fly found in Martha Stewart Crafts English Garden silkscreen package.)
– Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paint Frost Translucent in Summer Linen.
– Glass Patterning Tape (I used the tape from Martha Stewart Crafts.)
– Foam Pouncer or Dauber (Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paint Stenciling Tools.)
Step 1: Cut out the silkscreen you have chosen to paint onto your ceramic surface. Step 2: Remove the backing from the silkscreen and place the silkscreen on the desired location. Optional: You can place some tape around the silkscreen if you want to make sure not to paint the outside of the silkscreen. Step 3: Apply paint unto the silkscreen with the help of a foam pouncer or dauber. Step 4: Allow the paint to dry for 30 minutes before applying a second coat. Step 5: Once your design is completely dry, remove the tape and the silkscreen from the ceramic surface.
And voilà, you are finished!
Didn’t it turn out super cute?
If you want some more fabulous wind chime ideas,
I put together a 20+ Wind Chimes Tutorials that I know you’ll LOVE!
Hope you are having a BEAUTIFUL day!
P.S. I’ll be linking to these Parties.
Disclosure: Martha Stewart Crafts sent me supplies in order to create this project. The opinions in this post are 100% my own.