21st October 2020

Glass Painted Mackintosh vase, Paint Review and Lesson.

We have a nice mixture of articles for you this week including a nice glass painted Mackintosh vase project.  In addition to that there is a review of ArtiStick by Pebeo and the next part of our online lessons.

Over the next few months we will be having more reviews, projects and of course more of our online course. We always welcome feedback so if you have any suggestions or comments to make please do get in touch. You can do this either through email, Facebook or the online form.


 

Mackintosh Style Vase Project.
Mackintosh Style Vase Project.

Glass Painted Mackintosh vase.

This is a really nice project and we have received some great comments on it.

There are two different ways of doing this project. One uses glass paints and the other adhesive window film. As with most of our project you don’t have to stick to our design, the methods work on any “bold” design. Which ever method you use we hope you enjoy it.

In addition to glass paint or window film the project also uses 3mm adhesive lead strip.

Glass Painted Mackintosh vase.


 

Pebeo Artistick Peelable Glass Paint.
Pebeo Artistick Peelable Glass Paint.

 Pebeo ArtiStick Window Paint.

This is our review of Pebeo ArtiStick Window paint. This is a thick peelable waterbased paint which can be used for window stickeres and other types of glass painting. If you look through our stite you will find several projects which use this type of paint.

Pebeo ArtiStick Window Paint.


Glass Painting YouTube Channel.

For those who prefer to just what our videos (although I don’t recommend it as you miss out on all the extra information.) then we have a growing channel on YouTube. If you subscribe then you should be notified each time we release a new video. It also means you should be able to watch our videos  via your television if you have a YouTube app on it!


First Glass Painting Project.
First Glass Painting Project.

Online Course Part 3. First Project.

This is the 3rd part of online course and the first project. It uses the techniques shown in the first two lessons to make a very simple suncatcher. We have provided 3 designs to use although you can of course use one of your own. We have kept is very somple and it uses limited materials.

Online Course Part 3. First Project.


 

Well that brings us to the end of this newsletter. Hope you have found at least some of it useful.  Don’t forget if you want to ask any questions you can always leave a coomnet on one of the site articles, our YouTube videos or on Facebook.

Happy Crafting.

Yours, Bob.

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