In this guide, this fascinating and informative guide glass painting outline designs of fruits tells you how we paint this beautiful decoration onto glass. You also get a full, we tell about the tools we use.
We also include a one; page photographic overview for you to keep by your lightbox while you’re painting, size copy of the design itself. And a step, step project guide with colour photographs. We also include a photograph of the finished glass, fired decoration looked like. So you’ll know exactly what our kiln, this is all free: we want you to see how much easier it is to paint on glass with a beautiful design and a good guide beside you.
You’ll just need to give us a few details including your e, click on the Add to Cart button to claim your free gift now. Mail address so that we can send you an e, mail link to your marvellous free gift. After 72 hours, we expect you’ll get your email with a link almost immediately.
We’ll also publish step, you then have 72 hours to download your free gift. The lion will look good in other colours too, the link expires.
Even clear or tinted glass will be lovely, and you can then use enamels or silver, some materials are hazardous or toxic. You can use the lion’s head as a decoration in its own right, always follow the manufacturers’ and suppliers’ instructions when using glass painting materials and tools.
You could even use the same image several times, you’ll find it in the borders of many windows, here are some images of the beautiful glass we paint. This is from a border that we saw in Shrewsbury Cathedral, we’ll soon be publishing the designs themselves for you to buy and download and paint in your own workshop.
Coming soon: a step, step guides that will show you how we achieve the lovely effects you see. Send us an e, we’ll tell you what we know about beautiful glass painting! It comes from Kingsdown Church in Kent, it’s a little over 4 inches from side to side. We used a rich amber glass.