Sunday, January 2, 2011

Glass Bottle - Glimmer Misted


Continuing with the glass theme this month, I altered this glass bottle with Tattered Angels mediums.


I have a number of pictures here, because I wanted to show all the sides. This jar started out as a button jar in my sewing room (and will go back to that duty now - only prettier).



I primed the jar with clear gesso, to give the glass a little more 'tooth'.


I used some of the snowflake glimmer screens on the bottle - love the look on the glass!


I put a rather thick coat of the gesso, and it crackled when it dried. (I don't know if that's normal or not, to be honest). The effect was unexpected, but I love it.


You can see here that I had stamped one of the crackle texture stamps in various places, but I guess I didn't need to!


Some of these cracks are from the stamp, and some are from the gesso. The glimmer mist seeped into all the cracks to great effect.


I just love how the glimmer mist catches the light when used on glass!


Tattered Angels products:
stamps - Rockin' Renaissance "Tattered Textures"
Glimmer Glam - Tide Pool
Glimmer Mist - Lucky, Moonlight, Haunted Shadows, Graphite, Sapphire

Other Supplies:
glass bottle
ink - StazOn
clear gesso - Liquitex

3 comments:

mrich2500 said...

Love this jar...I used the clear gesso and applied it quite thick...it didn't crackled but I'm liking the effect!

Nathalie Kalbach said...

ohh that looks sooo cool- I love the crackle effect. awesome!

Peg said...

This is utterly gorgeous JJ!!!