More glass mushrooms! You’ve seen me make these for quite a while now. I took lots of bright paint colors (and always use paint that is meant to adhere to glass, otherwise you’ll have problems down the road).
Painted the insides.
Took them outside for assembly.
Flipped them over to glue.
Added beads to some.
I love how you can see my camera in the beads.
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Cyndi L says
How I wish I could come see your garden sometime!
All gathered together, they look like a little gnome forest. They’re so cute and cheerful to look at. I can see why they are a good seller.
What type of paint did you use?
I used Martha Stewart craft paints. Like these.
Cyndi L says
So, I see I wrote to you a couple of years ago about these, and my invitation to come see your garden must have gotten lost in the mail. Just sayin… LOLOLOL!! <3
ha! Yeah, I think that’s what happened! 🙂
punkin wilkins says
Have you ever made any out of the plastic bowls
No. I’m not sure the plastic would reflect the light and look as pretty in the garden.
julie brookhart says
what kind of glue did you use?
I used this stuff right here.