Lovely pigeon

a ‘mat’ using water, very soft.

Had a day out to Pearson’s Glass in Liverpool to collect my painting samples, amongst other things. (I can never resist their ‘cullet’box. But also, always have wicked thoughts about tripping up one of their guys who happen to be carrying lovely sheet of glass, in order for it to end up in the ‘cullet’. Obviously I would never do this I hasten to add)…

I’m reasonably pleased with my samples but they really are just a ‘taster’.

A ‘mat’ using water and brown paint

Like with many things, you wish you had time to do more. Surprised by how much I like the enamels though. I somehow thought these were going to look like they were ‘sat’ on the glass but they  just ‘meld’ in…. all smooth and glossy.

Anyway, take a look. The guy at Pearsons thought my sandpiper was a lovely pigeon! I ask you!!!

A ‘mat’ using vinegar. Much harder to scrape away.

Green and red enamels on clear glass

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About debbiesshed

My blog is all about the stained glass projects I get up to in my shed. I promise to post regularly with fresh and beautiful jobs. Thanks for looking.
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