Days of Winter Glass Decor

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I enjoyed using the soft Days of Winter collection to make these projects.  All started out as being just plain glass containers, but after painting them ivory and then decoupaging these gorgeous papers onto them, they were transformed into the projects you see above.  In order, they are an olive oil bottle, a candy jar, and a decanter.  Making holiday gifts has never been so much fun with these stunning papers!
Enjoy the day crafting with Pion Design!
Tara

Pion products:
Days of Winter ~ Lilly and Siri PD5101
Days of Winter ~ Christmas eve PD5104
Days of Winter ~ Borders PD5110
Days of Winter ~ Tags PD5112
Days of Winter ~ Erik and Elsa PD5102
Days of Winter ~ Church PD5105
Days of Winter ~ Images PD5111

  • Abolument magnifique! Bises NadineReplyCancel

  • ..I Lost breath for a long moment ♥♥.. These are some of the most beautiful altered I’ve seen, Tara, and it’s art on the top shelf, amazingly talented you ..Thank you so much for sharing your lovely arts with us, and I wish you a beautiful day further.
    Hugs, EllenReplyCancel

  • C’est superbe!!!!!!!!!! Bravo.ReplyCancel

  • These bottles are SOOOO pretty… amazing work!!ReplyCancel

  • I too lost my breath like Ellen! These are extraordinary! Exquisite work Tara. Nicola xReplyCancel

  • These bottles are certenly a piece of art each one!!With great details ,profecional job and so much work!Bravo bravo!!ReplyCancel

  • alison

    Awesome! awesome! awesome! gorgeous creations…..ReplyCancel

  • Theresa ~ Pion Design

    Exquisite work Tara, you are amazing!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jean

    As a painter I thought that is the only way to express art.
    Now I see that’s not true.ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Whitrock

    Can you please tell me what type of paint you used for the glass bottles? I’ve yet to be successful in painting on glass where the paint doesn’t peel right off.

    Your designs are incredible and I love each one of them!ReplyCancel

    • DT ~ Tara

      Hi Sharon, I used a “glass paint” purchased from Hobby Lobby. You should be able to find it in their craft paint section. Just apply one coat at a time, paint quickly with a large brush, and don’t paint over what you have already painted. It’s important to let it cure for at least 24 hours before you apply another coat of paint, and another 24 hours before you begin decorating over the paint. I hope this helps. Thank you for your comment!ReplyCancel

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