Glowing jar project
-Magic at home by Alex Albert
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Since the image above is one of my 'now famous' photos, I've got a lot of
requests on how I made
glowing These jars. So, I DECIDED to do a
step-by-step tutorial for you. I hope It'll help to get yourself jars like these. :)
The big 'secret' is about to unreveal. [Sorry for the poor setting up of These
images. I'm definetely not a tutorial-shooting guru.]
In general about this project
I have a lot of mason jars. Small ones and bigger ones, but I think, big jars
look more cute, and magical. It took me a long time to paint the middle jar
(about 5-6 hours). Be careful with the paint, it's waterproof, so after it dried
you may not be able to remove it from your clothes and furnitures. Be sure
to wash your brush after using it with this paint!
Is a lot of jars, small ones, big ones, but it seems to me that the bigger ones
seem to be the right choice for this project: they are then they will be very
nice and magical! It is true that it is not hard to make them, but it is quite
time-consuming (dotted the big 5-6 hours). The ink watch, because
waterproof when dry, nothing's coming down. After staining, thoroughly
wash off the ecseteteket!
Paint small dots inside the glass. The smaller dots you make, and the more
of them, the more beautiful the bottle.
We are done. It's that simple. Day is not very pretty sight, but at night ...
beautiful, cozy and makes the room. One thing should just add: light. Upload
your lamp or sun can help and get dark!