I am so excited to share with you a new special product from Krylon that I tried for the first time this week. In less than five minutes a little spray paint can have the power to change glass into a mirror-like look. Can you believe these are a spaghetti sauce jar and a dollar store vase? Shut UP! Right?

Can you believe this is a spaghetti sauce jar and a dollar store vase? Give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes! Love this! #diy #home #crafts

I’ve been having too much fun using this stuff!

Let me show you the Vintage Snow Globe that I made for my Mimi’s room… Oh “deer”!

Make this DIY Vintage Snow Globe… Such a cute decoration and adorable gift!  #christmas #gift #vintage

 

She is loving it!

Make this DIY Vintage Snow Globe… Such a cute decoration and adorable gift!  #christmas #gift #diy

 

TUTORIAL

1

I want to show you how easy it is to use this Spray Paint.

The first thing you want to do is to clean whatever glass surface you are going to work with.

Make sure to dry it completely before you move to the next step!

Tutorial: How to give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes! #home #diy #crafts

2

To make the display window print here the oval shape, cut it and use it as a template.

I traced the oval shape right on top of a piece of vinyl and stuck it in place.

Then I was ready to use the Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Paint.

{ Follow the directions on the back of the can for this step }

Tutorial: How to give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes!

 3

After the paint was dry I peeled off the vinyl!

Tutorial: How to give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes! #home #diy #crafts

Now that your window is ready all you need to do is add some salt for the snow and decorations inside.

Tutorial: How to give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes! #home #diy #crafts

 You are done!

I love how the light comes from the back  doing a watery effect!

Isn’t it cute?
Make this DIY Vintage Snow Globe… Such a cute decoration and adorable gift!  #christmas #gift #diy

Make this DIY Vintage Snow Globe… Such a cute decoration and adorable gift!  #christmas #gift #diy

 So, what do you think?

I am giving Krylon two thumbs up for this magical spray paint!

Now, start saving all those empty jars and create something amazing with them!

Can you believe this is a spaghetti sauce jar and a dollar store vase? Give glass a mirror-like look in five minutes! Love this! #diy #home #crafts

Visit East Coast Creative Blog to see another fun idea using  Krylon Looking Glass Mirror-Like Paint.

Thank you for stopping by my friends!

Besos

Desiree

{ This post was sponsored by Krylon. 100% of the opinions are mine}

 

Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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32 Responses to DIY Snow Globe and Accessories

  1. Carole says:

    Our local Home Depot and Lowes have never carried it. Michael’s and JoAnn’s carried it for a while, but no longer do. I got my last can via Amazon (postage was insignificant).

    If you have a Sherwin Williams store near you they should have it in stock, and if not, they can order it for you. :-)

    I know that the paint is supposed to be used on the inside of the glass (especially for the mercury effect), but more and more people are using it on the outside as well.

    Very cute idea!

  2. tavette says:

    I looked everywhere last Christmas (2012) but couldn’t find the Krylon looking glass paint. Hardware and several craft stores looked at me as if I was crazy. Shopping on line would be too expensive (postage). Can you please tell me if any chain stores locally sell it. I’m in south Florida. Thanks.

    Your globe is so cute. Makes me want the paint even more.

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