Sponsored by Fusion Mineral Paint & Muddaritaville Stencils
Do you have glass doors in your kitchen or in a cabinet that could use a little more interest? Would you like to add a transparent pattern that is easily removable? Perfect! I am going to show you how to use a Fusion Mineral Paint furniture clearcoat product and a Muddaritaville stencil, in a few easy steps!
I bought this 100-year-old green cabinet about 20 years ago and just love it. It’s very rustic, featuring the original green paint and the lovely age and distressing we all crave.
DISCLOSURE:This post is sponsored by Fusion Mineral Paint & Muddaritaville Stencils
For ages I have been a collector of rusty, crusty old stuff. Including wonderful doors that I use all over our home. But this huge, heavy old window has eluded my creative self, and lived in our junk pile for ages. What to do with it? One day I noticed that, turned on its side, it was the same horizontal shape as the bead board headboard in our guest bedroom. A quick measure provided that I could paint it the same Fusion Mineral Paint Coal Black color, add a Moroccan-inspired stencil pattern, and mount it on top.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Fusion Mineral Paint & Muddaritaville Stencils
In June this year our daughter Mia and fiancé Paul tied the knot in a gorgeous woodsy setting, followed by a reception in a fabulous barn. This was our first wedding, with so many special moments with family and friends. We waited quite impatiently for the photos – but over 450 gorgeous images arrived weeks later. So worth the wait. It was difficult to chose “the one” but I did it and love this one. I wanted to frame this wedding portrait it in a creative way, using this gilded frame I had made years ago and Fusion Mineral Paint with a Muddaritaville Studio stencil.
This post is sponsored by Fusion Mineral Paint & Muddaritaville Studio stencils.
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.
(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.