Painted sea glass pendants
by Sue B.
~Submitted by Sue B. - NJ
I have painted rocks in the past so I thought I'd see how well the frosted surface of sea glass would take paint.
Of course, it has to be sealed with a protective coating to wear well, and the only way to do that is to carefully coat just the painted area so the texture of the rest of the glass isn't affected.
Here are a few examples, both are quite small (about 1")
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