I love working with the faux glass paints called Gallery Glass. I bought several different sizes of this beveled glass at Dollar Tree about 4 years ago. They
were glass frames, the very center being the area where the photo was placed and the area was a heavy card stock that was glued onto the glass. I bought one; brought it home, soaked it in hot soapy water and it peeled off just as slick as could be leaving no residue what so ever. The next day I went back and purchased several more.
This beveled glass of fish done with the Gallery Glass sets on the half moon ledge in the master bathroom....and I have 2 in my other window
They worked up quickly and the final step was using the etch that comes in the Gallery Glass for the background, leaving "bubble areas" clear. It was a lot of fun and by using your art it helps to personalize your home with one of a kind decor pieces.
I am always looking for items that can be used for art in every store I am in, at garage sales, estate sales, etc. These $1 beveled glass items were a real "find".