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Make an easy craft project from Cathie & Steve for Plaid like this one this summer. Paint a cute glass pitcher with pansy flowers. This will be so fun to serve all your guests during a barbecue. Be sure you read the important tip at the bottom of this project.



  • 16008 - Gallery Glass  Window Color - Kelly Green, 2 oz.
  • 16014 - Gallery Glass  Window Color - Amethyst, 2 oz.
  • 16425 - Gallery Glass  Window Color - Citrus Yellow, 2 oz.
  • Glass carafe Egg carton Wooden skewer



  1. Begin with a clean glass carafe. Balance the carafe on an egg carton.
  2. Gallery Glass works best when applied to a flat surface so you will need to work in stages. Allow for dry time and then rotate the carafe on the egg carton.
  3. Begin with the green Gallery Glass. Make a sweeping stem that begins at the base of the carafe and up to the top. Add small stems off the large stem.
  4. Paint an organically shaped circle around each small stem with the yellow Gallery Glass. Drag a bit of the green from the stem into the yellow paint with a wooden skewer.
  5. Add a drop of the purple Gallery Glass to near the base of the petal.
  6. Allow to dry overnight. Hand wash inside only. Wipe clean on the outside.

Tips: Never shake Gallery Glass! If you do you might get an air bubble. If you get an air bubble, just pop it with the end of a sewing pin. If you make a mistake, wait for it to dry and just peel the mistake away.

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Jun 4, 2010

So, you don't have to seal the gallery glass. I am sure I have some of that around here somewhere.


Jun 4, 2010

Great idea! I have several carafes and vases I nay paint. You can also do this using acrylic paints if they are sealed with a clear sealer after painting has dried.


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