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Strawberry Jar

Strawberry Jar


  • Template
  • Liner, shader & small scruffy brushes
  • Micron black & brown craft pens
  • Old toothbrush
  • Stylus
  • Black carbon transfer paper
  • Acrylic matte sealer spray
  • Empty glass jar or wine bottle
  • strip of gingham fabric, edges frayed
  • Paint Colors (these shades are Delta Ceramcoat):
    • Custard
    • Berry Red
    • Black Cherry
    • Leaf Green
    • Forest Green
    • Straw
    • Yellow
    • White
    • Hydrangea Pink
    • Black


  1. Prepare the surface of the jar by washing it, removing all labels and glue, then giving the jar a rinse in white vinegar or rubbing alcohol.
  2. Base coat the surface of the jar with Custard. Allow this first coat to dry completely before attempting a second coat. If you don't let it dry, your send coat could cause peeling of your first coat! Let it dry for several hours, overnight is best.
  3. Apply 1-2 more coats of Custard to the jar.
  4. Trace the pattern onto the base coated surface using transfer paper and stylus.
  5. Paint leaves with Leaf Green and strawberries with Berry Red. use a scruffy brush and Forest Green to fill gaps in between leaves, flowers, and berries.
  6. Shade leaves with Forest Green and highlight very lightly with Straw.
  7. Use a stylus to dot on spots with Straw (onto berries). Float outside edges of berry with Black Cherry. Highlight lightly with Hydrangea Pink. Add heavier shading to the berries with Black Cherry mixed with a touch of Black.
  8. Paint blossoms with White, do centers with Yellow. When dry, use a brown craft pen to add dots to centers and lightly outline the petals.
  9. Splatter completed painting with White and with Black using an old toothbrush.
  10. Sign your work! Spray the completed project with 2-3 coats of acrylic sealer spray.
  11. Tie a frayed piece of gingham fabric around the rim of the jar to accessorize.

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This is an excellent craft. the instructions are easy to read and follow. One word of caution - the paints listed in the supply list are NOT made for glass painting and are NOT recommended by the manufacturer for painting on glass. I used comparable paints (Martha Stewart Satin - which can be used on glass) and picked matching colors. These paints must be heat treated after your design is done. My result were amazing and I was very happy to give these jars as gifts.

How do I transfored the pattener on to the jar, do I use a carbon sheet?


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