In my never ending quest to create realistic stained glass pieces, I think I hit the jackpot with Unicorn Spit! It took some experimenting, but I finally figured out a way to get that beautiful marbled glass look that you see in stunning stained glass art. Once I realized I could enlarge my ColorIt coloring book pages for the perfect stained glass patterns, I was off and running. Truth be told, I'm going a little nuts with my stained glass projects. It's like adult coloring books on caffeine and sugar and, well, crack. Remember to experiment until you get it right, use your coloring books for everything and always Make Your Mark!
I love the raised faux leading and the shine!
I'm figuring out where to hang these in my garden
My first attempt with a bit too much Glaze Coat...Still love it!
A thin layer of Glaze Coat and the colors POP!
Watch the video here!
STUFF I USED
ColorIt coloring book pages
White school glue
Frames with glass
1. Enlarge your coloring book pages to the size you want
*I only used a portion of pages that I liked, but you could enlarge the entire page to the size you need
2. Color the original page to figure out how you want the stained glass to look
3. Remove the glass from the frame and place it on the enlarged coloring book page
4. & 5. Trace the pattern with the Allure in Gloss Black and let dry
6. Mix equal parts of white glue and Unicorn Spit to make your stained glass colors
7. - 12. Fill in the ares with your glue mixture and add marbling by dragging a dab of full strength Unicorn Spit through the wet mixture
13. Follow the instructions for the Glaze Coat (2 part epoxy resin) and pour a thin layer on your level, painted stained glass piece and evenly distribute it with a sponge brush
14. Pop the bubbles with a long arm lighter or a small torch
15. Cover and let cure overnight