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Elegant Mirrored Jar


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Simple elegance can really be easy.  Looking Glass Mirror-Like finish transforms a clear glass jar into a beautiful home accent, also perfect for gift-giving, from Krylon.

Elegant Mirrored Jar Project


  • Krylon Looking Glass®- Mirror Like Paint - Mirror Finish (#9033)
  • Krylon Frosted Glass Finish - White Frosted Glass (#9040)
  • Krylon Leafing Pens - Silver (#9902)
  • Glass Jar with lid
  • Large Fleur de Lis Disposable Stencil (Delta)
  • Paper Towels
  • Blue Painter’s Tape



  1. Before starting project, read all manufacturer instructions on paint can and use paint in a well-ventilated area.
  2. Clean interior of glass jar with soap and water. Dry completely.
  3. Cover outside of glass jar and lid with paper towels and painters tape. This will avoid overspray onto outside of jar.
  4. Spray at least five light coats of Looking Glass into the inside, bottom, and lid of jar. It is important to let each coat set for 2 to 3 minutes before applying next coat.
  5. Remove paper towels and tape. Let paint dry completely.
  6. Clean exterior of glass jar with soap and water. Dry completely.
  7. Center and apply fleur de lis stencil onto front of jar. Mask off the rest of the jar around the stencil that you do not want sprayed.
  8. Spray over stencil with Frosted Glass Finish. Remove stencil carefully and let dry completely.
  9. Edge top rim of jar with Silver Leafing Pen. (Optional)

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