Sometimes I make videos based on very very specific requests – this Coloring Glass tutorial iss one of those! It may take some time but I do try to do things you guys ask for. Especially from any of my patrons. 😉

Coloring Glass Vases or Jars

There are a LOT of vase and jar stamps out there. And they seem to fall into a couple categories – side views (tops of the jars are perfectly flat), or a variety of angles from above (with an oval opening)….as well they can be straight along the sides, or some rounded shape. In today’s video I show you each of those with this awesome stamp set from Clearly Besotted that I saw just happened to have both kinds of jars – so I bought one to use especially for this video! Watch it below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

The daisies card uses the straight-edged shape of vase, and the top is the rounded, shown from angle in the drawing. For the window on the card, I used THIS die set from Pretty Pink Posh, and some sweet little 4mm sequins…for some reason I can’t seem to deal with anything larger, I had 6mm on this card and they just seemed to overpower it! The sentiments on both of these cards are from this great border set.

Sandy Allnock - Copic Coloring Glass Vases Daisies

For the roses, I wanted the flowers to be the only pop of color – so I opted for white paste used with a hexagon stencil (what other shape is there? lol ever since the HexChart I can’t stop…haha!)….then added more PPP dies. See those little water drops? Glossy Accents! Love that touch.Sandy Allnock - Copic Coloring Glass Vases Roses

Hope this was a helpful tutorial for everyone – it was fun to finally check one off my long list! Wheee!


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