DIY Maven

DIY Maven

3910 posts

Although I'm a writer by education and profession, I have a not-so-secret DIY and craft (of almost any kind) addiction. I'm the… read more

Comments - How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)

Anonymous on Oct 26, 2015:

Mine have streaks. Any suggestions? Thanks!


beays on Oct 06, 2015:

Great idea, love it :) Just wondering if I can air dry the painted/tinted bottles as most videos i've seen are baked in oven? (I don't mind waiting for long hours)


Anonymous on Sep 03, 2015:

Reallly confused.  how do you see the directions?  


Rebecca on Aug 07, 2015:

What's the best way to stain with multiple color's? Is it possible? Thanks!!


Dee on Aug 03, 2015:

Can you PLEASE (x100) tell me how you got your jars to become so streak-free? I have tried mineral spirits, nail polish remover, to absolute no avail. Is actual acetone better than nail polish remover because of its concentration? Is there some sort of secret ratio? Can you please let me know? Thanks so much in advance.


Anonymous on Jul 29, 2015:

Mine looks super streaky.. what should I do?


marci on May 25, 2015:

I used the Vitrail paint with acetone and my mason jars are beautiful....thank u....next time I'll try the vitrea 160 paint and see how that goes but the vitrail worked great.  I think the only thing that I just love was they were a little darker then I wanted but I put lights in them and they are beautiful.

 


me on May 19, 2015:

does this paint gets scrached


Dami on Apr 21, 2015:

I did this and my bottles turned out great! Thank You!!! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/474074298251726606/


ziba on Apr 18, 2015:

 hello

I like to know about vitra glass painting.


Anonymous on Apr 10, 2015:

I have painted the inside of my bottles with craft paint and I want to use it to put teabags, coffie, sugar in. How do I seal it sothat it is safe for food


Liz on Jan 31, 2015:

I was to do a tall stem vase.  Do I just brush on the paint onto the stem with a foam brush?


Anonymous on Jan 12, 2015:

what spray paint is iti use to dip dye glassware?


Luga on Jul 09, 2014:

This is for Jodie: You can use metallic silver spray paint - it works great. Just don't spray to close, or you'll get drips. Move around the glass or put on a turntable (lazy susan) - and it also helps if you get one of those gadgets that you put on the spray can - it looks like a handle & you don't get paint on yourself. Your finger does not touch the spray nozzle.


Linda on Jan 14, 2014:

I want to antique my glass light fixture...don't think it can go in the oven  any ideas which product would work


Crystal on Nov 20, 2013:

Does this fade? Do you think it could work on glass beads for a custom chandelier...or would the heat/light fade it?

Kind thanks!


Deborah on Oct 11, 2013:

I have shopped everywere, Michaels, Hobby Lobby and JoAnns. I can't find Pebeo Vitrea. I guess Amazon is getting my business! Can't wait to try this project.


Kate on Aug 29, 2013:

How do you get your bottles to look streak free? I've tried swirling and paint brushes but can't get a smooth finish


Anonymous on Jul 30, 2013:

Are you able to do this on Mason jars your going to drink out of or is it toxic?? Really trying to follow this but completely confused on the technique. I need instructions for dummies apparently hahaha.


Anonymous on Jul 25, 2013:

Has anyone stated that food/drinks should not make contact with the painted side? I know it is baked on because I use this paint all the time, but I would not put it on the inside of a drinking glass or on the food side of a plate. I do like how once it's baked on, it is dishwasher safe.


Wendy on Jun 18, 2013:

I have tried this method on baby food jars. The paint is to thick and tried the terpintine and it did not work. Not sure what I am doing wrong?


Kristin on Jun 07, 2013:

Acetone is not good for the brain, so you might recommend that your readers use a mask or something so they don't breathe it in. Love the finished project though, but just thought I let you know about the danger of acetone! :-)


Sherri on May 05, 2013:

I thinned my paint out with pebeo thinner dumped it on the inside swirled it around, tipped jar upside down on paper( i found red solo cups) work best for quart jars..then let it drain for 15-20 min. Tip back up wipe off rim. Let dry for 24 hours bake at 325 degrees for 40 min. Now they can be used with water in them and put in dishwasher. I bought pebeo pink, purple, emerald, lazri? ( blue) they turned out nice using them for a wedding.


Anonymous on May 05, 2013:

A glass piece to paint (Yevgenia chose a glass that could be used as a votive candle holder or a small vase,mason jar.)
2 Pebeo Vitrea 160 markers (Yevgenia used Glossy Ink Black and Glossy Sandalwood Green.)
A couple of colors of Pebeo Vitrea 160 paint (She used Sapphire Blue 09 and Amaranthe Purple 07.)
Paint brushes, a palette, cotton swabs
Rubbing alcohol or glass cleaner
A standard kitchen oven to bake the piece and set the colors

To see the entire tutorial, follow this link to Etsy, AND don't forget to peruse

Yevgenia's Etsy shop to see more of her lovely creations!


Add Your Comment!

(2000 character limit)