Posted: June 25, 2011 Filed under: Decoupage | Tags: acrylic, black, box, decoupage, diamond, floral, flower, folk, painted, pattern, red, varnished, white, wood
A 12-cells teabag box, painted with acrylic paints and decorated with folk-patterned napkins and varnished. On commission from my friend. Napkins are in traditional Polish folk patterns.
Posted: October 5, 2010 Filed under: Painted tableware | Tags: baked, blue, containers, copper, cup, mug, paint, painted, sapphire, tableware, vessels, violet, white
A white cup, painted and baked to make the paint water/wather/dishwasher proof.
1. Stages of painting:
2. Different angles shots of the finished piece:
Posted: September 2, 2010 Filed under: Candle holders | Tags: black, candle, candle holder, colorful, glass, glass painting, mix, painted, painted glass, tealigh
One of the first set of candle holders I painted, both with a tealight and in sunlight.
Posted: September 1, 2010 Filed under: Candle holders | Tags: black, blue, candle, candle holder, flower, flowers, glass, glass painting, holder, paint, painted, painted glass, purple, tealight
An IKEA candle holder, hand-painted with HobbyArt paints.
One of the first set of holders I painted.
Posted: August 31, 2010 Filed under: Candle holders | Tags: candle, candle holder, glass, holder, ikea, paint, painted, painted glass, squares
I’m experimenting with hand-painting various glass objects. Of course candleholders are the most obvious choice.
This is one of the first set I painted (as can be guessed by quite weavy painting). The holder itself was bought in IKEA.
In the dark, with a tealight inside:
In the sunlight: