Stored glass jars and bottles can be a contributing reason in domestic strife. Did you know that? Well, as long as you can justify with proof (read: your lovely comments flowing in from every side), I guess it’s fine. That lets you be in a better position to argue, at the least. Lol…and why am I telling this to you? because I’m a glass jar and bottle junkie and I get looks all the time when I shamelessly want to pick up an empty bottle from a friend’s place! Yeah, yeah- exactly like that with cringed eyebrows, an elevated one side of the lip and a expression that clearly spells out: “HUH?”
Lol. Now although I am very very used to it ‘coz I know that when they see the end result, they’ll end up shamelessly bagging it off. I love them for that and they love me for who I am! An official glass jar junkie. Believe me, I love them together everywhere: they give a space so much character. And having mastered the art of staining them “aqua”, it was time to raise the mercury of this fashionable junkyard with some mercury glasses.
An easy peasy process, (it’s the easiest process by far which is also effective), a lil touch of mercury can really do wonders. I’m falling in love with them, every second! See how you’ll do it if you already don’t know it.
A glass jar
Mirror spray/ glass look mercury spray/ glossy silver spray
A water sprayer
A damp cloth
Clean your glass bottle thoroughly.
Spray the inside of your bottle with water.
Now, spray the insides with a very thin coat of glass paint
Allow it to dry.
You can leave it as it is or you can also distress it by rubbing the inside surface with a damp cloth.
Light a candle and bask in the glory of being creative.
I hope you’ll like it!
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