Let’s stencil a gorgeous reverse-painted glass serving tray with Fusion Mineral Paint metallic paint that’s perfect for a summer wine and cheese party – or even the holidays! The Muddaritaville stencil featuring white wines is my fave, and there is one for reds too. Think making these with friends, or create several in different colors to give as gifts.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
If this is your first reverse-painted glass project, hop over to this page to find out more about buying glass, etc.
Last Saturday it happened. Our daughter Mia’s Marrakech-inspired wedding shower. Our first child to marry, it was quite simply magical. Her sister Jenny, aunt Patricia, and cousin Jackie prepared the loveliest, most delectable, colorful brunch feast and decorations for our guests. My part was to provide our home as the venue, and my collection of treasures from Marrakech, purchased during three wonderful, memory-filled trips. Mia’s decorating style is beginning to embrace the textures and patterns of Morocco, and I know she would love this theme.
We have an unusual 1977 brick ranch home with a deep courtyard. We love it. We hate it. There is always deep shade on the left side and bright, hot sunshine on the right. Planting flowers over the past 30 years has been a huge learning experience. And, I have painted the dirty-looking sidewalk twice to clean and lighten it up. You can see that didn’t last long. Ugh!
Then, a flash of brilliance! Spray our little chairs and tables black and add them to the sidewalk. It was better, but not good enough. Another flash. Add pea gravel on top of the messy sidewalk to brighten up even more, and add texture.
(This is a sponsored post for Fusion Mineral Paint and Muddaritaville Studio stencils.)
Do you love to paint furniture, but always assumed that you could not paint glass – for cabinet doors, full-size doors, table tops, serving trays, dishware, and more? Thanks to my exciting collaboration with Fusion Mineral Paint, we are debuting ten fabulous new tutorials, created just for you! Each one will demonstrate new skills for you to learn, using all water-based products from Fusion, and a few unexpected surprises.
We’re beginning the series with reverse-painted round table glass. I have a cute old round table that is painted Fusion Coal Black, and it needed some bling. I bought a 30″ round piece of glass, pulled together my paint and materials, and wow!
(This is a sponsored post featuring Fusion Mineral Paint and Muddaritaville Studio stencils.)
What! Painting glass? On cabinet doors, table tops, artwork, dishware, table runners? Did you always assume it’s just not possible?
It’s time to discover a whole new outlet for your painting craving using Fusion Mineral Paint products! We have teamed up to develop 10 FREE all new reverse-painted (originally from the French verre églamisé) online glass projects for your home, gifts, weddings, Etsy shop, whatever you want.