Clever use of simple materials and readily available tools combined with a little effort updates a time-honored classic process for creating amazing reverse painted and mirrored craft projects. And without the hassle or bother of learning the glass silvering process. More
Are you looking for great new ideas for using your expensive Cricket Personal Desktop Cutter; that old set of Ellison Dies, your Cuttlebug or Wishblade machines? How about the ability to create finely crafted reverse painted and gilded glass mirrors?
We just released our latest crafts guide that will teach you how to effortlessly create amazing reverse painted glass mirrors. You probably already have a great machine for cutting shapes and it makes a perfect machine for creating designs in glass that are both complicated looking, but “fall off the log” simple to make.
If you are a professional crafter, here is a great opportunity to bring your clients and customers something new and exciting.
You can work with the materials you already know, so there is no learning curve. Once you learn the basic techniques and make your first decorative mirror, chances are good you will find many useful, creative and profitable ideas.
Woodworkers use the process to rapidly create cabinet door inserts, back glass, and game tables. Photographers use the process to create mirrored and painted picture frame inserts.
Mosaic Tile Artists use the process to produce mirrored mosaic tiles. If you like to draw, imagine rendering your drawings in gold leaf, mirror and glass? Heck, if you make greeting cards, you can even make mirrored and painted greeting cards.
Once you try the process, I think you will agree that for its simplicity, the technique is amazing and extremely versatile.
I can think of no other craft technique as versatile as the one we will teach you.