This weekend a few girl friends of mine stopped by and we painted some glass together over apps and desserts…I always love getting some ladies together to craft with me and use up my enormous supply of glass paint! I had this $2.99 bowl from Ikea I bought a few months ago, so I decided to turn it into a Halloween Candy Bowl for trick or treat night!
It’s SO simple to make!
What you need:
Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils (holiday edition)
Black Glass Paint
You’ll need to start by washing your bowl or dish first in warm soapy water.
Then take the Martha Stewart stencils and stencil your spiders randomly throughout the dish and follow up with little black dotted lines between them…or you could even do spiderwebs.
After the black metallic paint was dry, I went back and drew little red, green, and purple dots on their backs to add some color to the dish…which isn’t showing up too well in the photo.
After you’re done you bake your dish in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Put the dish in when the oven is cold, let it bake 30 minutes, then turn oven off and let it sit in there until completely cool. Let cure for about 72 hours before using and then you can wash on the top rack of your dishwasher.
This is so cute!
I love it! I am addicted to glass painting!