Introduction: DIY Faux Sea Glass

Make your own faux sea glass jars to use for candle holders, vases, pencil holders, etc. very easy project.

Step 1: Supplies Needed

Glass jar
Mod Podge
Food coloring
Paint brush or sponge brush
Container for mixing

Step 2: Mixing

Mix approximately three tablespoons of mod podge, and two drops of food coloring together.

Apply mixture to your jar, and set upside down to dry.

Cover mixture in between coats so it won't dry out.

Step 3: Second Coat of Mixture

Continue applying coats until you achieve your desired color.

Step 4: DIY Blue Faux Sea Glass

This jar took four coats of mod podge mixture to achieve the color I wanted.

Step 5: Green Faux Sea Glass

The green jar only took three coats to achieve the color I wanted.

Comments

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yokeddruid (author)2016-11-08

Is it washable?

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elaine.pepper61 (author)2014-12-19

Looks great!
Can't wait to try it :)
Is this washable?

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SparkySolar (author)2014-10-19

Thank you for your Instructable

Nice job.

Rima

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Thank you Rima! ?

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Mixed Kreations (author)2014-04-11

The mod podge goes on the outside of the jar.

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jojo5353 (author)2014-04-10

do you put the mod podge on the inside of the jar, or on the outside? thx

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CaptainTurnip (author)2014-02-01

How long would this project take?

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You can make one in about an hour. The mod podge dries pretty quick.

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ElectricProjects (author)2014-01-25

Nice, if this was naturally done I wonder how it would look...

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