Hi! I created this glass bottle wind chime for Clearsnap using ColorBox Glass Graffiti. This is the second set of altered glass bottles that I have colored with ColorBox Glass Graffiti. This new product is super fun and specially designed for coloring glass! I'd love to have you stop by the Clearsnap blog to learn how to paint and assemble a glass bottle wind chime for yourself!
- ColorBox Glass Graffiti: Black, Blue, Green, Red, White
Last year I colored a set of ombre glass bottles for Christmas. I’d been admiring a set of ombre wine glasses, but haven’t purchased them because of the high price tag. I’m thrilled that I was able to recreate the same look on a set of glass bottles for a fraction of the price using ColorBox Glass Graffiti! You can find the quick tutorial on how to I colored these glass bottles on the Clearsnap Blog.
Clearsnap Supplies: ColorBox Glass Graffiti Ink: Blue, Green
Spring is right around the corner, so I thought I'd share how I use ColorBox Glass Graffiti to help cheer on my daughter and her soccer team. I decorated my car window using the same Glass Graffiti application techniques that I share in the tutorials above. It is so fun to drive around town showing support for the team. My daughter loves the decoration and requests that we take my car on all family outings! I'm happy to report that although Glass Graffiti is not waterproof, this design held up in 3 hours of light rain! I also want to add that you don't need to have expert drawing and painting skills to use this product. I taped up computer-generated photos and text inside the back window of my car and traced over the designs. To remove Glass Graffiti from the window, simply spray with water and wipe away.