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The secret weapon for coloring amazing glass

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Craftin Kate (6 months ago)
Sandy, you can apply "Distress Micro Glaze" to "seal" your colored layers before applying gesso or any wet media, at least with any dye based inks, I'm not sure about alcohol inks; or any kind of protective coating like mod podge or matte medium. I'm not getting what the white is supposed to be, light reflection? Thats a cute card btw.
Betty Hall (10 months ago)
Love these,awesome.the fairy is my favorite. Tfs
Cherie Makes (1 year ago)
Woohoo, I'm the 1000th like! Anyhoo, love this idea though it is a *bit* difficult to watch you sort of cover up such beautiful coloring 😲 but the effect is definitely an amazing technique & awesome as all of your work, tfs! ☺️
KonaSitkaRose (1 year ago)
Boy, thank you for sharing what you've learned. I've always wondered how on earth they get that sheer kind of look. Beautiful examples!
RubyTuesday2 (1 year ago)
Lovely ideas. Thank you x
Cards Are My Canvas (1 year ago)
Wow definitely not for the faint of heart but truly great results! I was actually holing my breath on some of the stronger strokes lol
Carolyn Mongeon (1 year ago)
Cornelia W (2 years ago)
So cool, have to give this a try!
littlepeapea (2 years ago)
Brilliant! I should go glass hunting in my stamp collection too!
Tina Krauer (2 years ago)
An awesome tip Sandy!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Rigmor Olsson (2 years ago)
Wow! :) Very pretty!
Love this, thank you so much for sharing ! This tip is very welcome to me !
Peggy Kempf (2 years ago)
Just wanted to say, you are the greatest!!! I could watch you all day! This is so great, I would never have thought to make the glass shine like that! Take care and Happy Easter! Thanks for all your wonderful ideas and talent!!!
Rae (2 years ago)
Great technique! TFS. :) I like your word for the thing too, "dubly-do".
Siri f (2 years ago)
Just thinking, if you are scared to add the with paint, scanning your colored image and printing a copy would give you something to practice on. That way you could try out the technique without being afraid of ruining your original! I learned these techniques when I was in art school, I have never tried them on a stamped image. Thanks for sharing! Your cards are amazing!
Poppy Crafts (2 years ago)
What a helpful technique - thanks for the great instruction on it. And the link to Karen's website - your encouragement and recognition of other artists is fantastic.
Beth Powers (2 years ago)
Great share ,thank you
Kori Skene (2 years ago)
In my graphic design class in school when we learnt how to paint/draw different textures like glass, wood, metal, etc, they were some of my favourite lessons but I wish you had been our teacher! I always found glass the hardest to grasp but you have explained it so well in this video.
Sam's Corner (2 years ago)
+Sandy Allnock can you do a tutorial of how to paint the metal part on the bottom of the snow globe? it looks like metal I really like it!! love this tip!! woukd of be the same using gouache instead of acrylic or gesso like you used?
Sandy Allnock (2 years ago)
+Sam's Corner try it and see! 😍
Laura J (2 years ago)
fantastic! Thank you!
katrine leber (3 years ago)
ok that is amazing. it really does look like real glass! you are da womannnnnn!!!
Crafty Come Lately (3 years ago)
This is fantastic...so cool and realistic looking and fantastic techniques!!
J9cardstock (3 years ago)
That is an amazing technique! So inventive.
Nyoka Smith (3 years ago)
Wow!!! That is truly amazing! It sure does give the illusion of glass!! TY so much for sharing !
Jeanne Jordan (3 years ago)
Very Cool! Thank you, Sandy!
Nancy Lynn (3 years ago)
WOW Sandy, now this is totally exciting!!! Unbelieveable transparency effect! TFS
Carrie D (3 years ago)
omg I'm obsessed!! love love this technique. can't wait to try it!!
Christy Gets Crafty (3 years ago)
Very cool technique, Sandy! Boy, you sure have to be brave to try it though. Maybe I'll work up the courage. ;)
Hollybeary Creations (3 years ago)
Wow.. Thank you for sharing this. What a great technique.
ScrapofKindness (3 years ago)
It's never wasted time if I learn something new. Can hardly wait for the work day to be over so I can try this. Thank you for sharing... God bless you!
Val's Faves (3 years ago)
What a difference the white paint makes to the finished product. Great idea!
toothpicker95 (3 years ago)
Sandy, this is amazing! What a great way to finish off a project "under glass".
soymilk (3 years ago)
Instead of using white paint why don't use modpodge?
Sandy Allnock (3 years ago)
+Amber Garcia I don't like the color it turns over time.
Stellar Crafts by Pam (3 years ago)
Neat technique; thanks for sharing :)
Cards by majoeva (3 years ago)
Mari Nyx (3 years ago)
Thank you for showing this technique. Have a question regarding the brushes. Should brushes used for gesso be kept separate from those used for watercolor? Thank you again. Congrats on over 40k subscribers!
Sandy Allnock (3 years ago)
+Mari Nyx for a quick detail like this--if you wash them out well right away, I don't find there's a problem...but if you're doing a whole acrylic painting, I'd get a separate set of brushes.
Ina Nelson (3 years ago)
What beautiful images. Thanks for this. I would have yo really be brave to try this.
Morag Drummond (3 years ago)
That is utterly awesome, thank you.
CraftyPaws (3 years ago)
Oooh that cloche with the fairies is sooo adorable! Brilliant!
CraftyPaws (3 years ago)
You have to be brave for this technique, but it is so worth it. Phenomenal! TFS this great tip! Big hugs, Kristina
Nancy Sturtz (3 years ago)
Thanks for showing this technique, love them all. I also follow Karen, she's amazing to watch. What do you think about trying it over vellum?
Sandy Allnock (3 years ago)
+Nancy Sturtz you could try it, but it wouldn't be as subtle and realistic as this effect. 😍
Rebecca Nieves-Pagan (3 years ago)
You're awesome!
Anja Nowacka de klopp (3 years ago)
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! Love the effects.
PapersNstuff (3 years ago)
Omg I love this!!!!!!! Thank you for sharing !! Your cards are so cute!!! Hugs!

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