Do you want to spruce up your home decor? Do you have frames laying around? Can you even use chalk paint on glass? The answer is YES and here is your guide!
Learn How To Use Chalk Paint On Glass That Will Last Forever
Do you have old frames laying around? Should you throw them away? NO NO NO! Let’s take those old frames with GLASS, yes GLASS and let’s create. I am going to show you how yo use chalk paint on glass for a quick and easy way to spruce up your home decor. You could even use these as a gift idea for friends and family as well! Who doesn’t love handmade gifts? You can also use this technique for mirrors!
What do you need for this? Tons of products? NO!! check out the following list to see what you will need.
This post contains a few affiliate links to help you find the products I use. You are not charged extra to use any of the links, but any income I make will be used to keep on creating!
What you will need:
- Paintbrushes (one for the slick stick, then one for each color of paint you choose)
- Sponge Brush (for gator hide)
- Dixie Belle Slick Stick
- Dixie Belle Paint- I used:
- Dixie Belle Gator Hide
Create Beauty With Chalk Paint On Glass
Your first step is to choose WHAT glass or mirror you want to reinvent! Once you have done that we can start! For this first step you will need ONE coat of Dixie Belles Slick Stick. Dixie Belles instruction are to “Paint 1 coat Slick Stick, let dry, usually 2 to 3 hours depending on humidity. Apply a 2nd coat of Slick Stick.”
Allow to dry overnight.
EASY PEASY right?!?! Slick Stick dries white so keep that in mind when you are creating, your final paint layers should be paint OVER the slick stick.
The final step for ME is to seal with Dixie Belles Gator Hide. This will be your final step to ensure you beautiful art will last forever!!!