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Glass Painting

Painting on glass is emerging as one of the most popular trends in crafting. Whether you want to add a stained glass look to a window or create a set of hand-painted glasses for your table top, you'll love Plaid's array of ideas and inspiration for your next glass painting project.

Buy Glass Painting Products

Brush Plus™
Clean and condition your brushes with this fast, one-step formula. Safe gel works on water and...
FolkArt ® Enamels™ - 2 oz.
The ultimate paint for glass and ceramics, FolkArt ® Enamels are truly an artist's dream come...

Glass Painting Projects

Glass Painting Education

Adding Glitter to Glass Painting Projects
Add gorgeous sparkling effects to your next glass project! This slideshow shows you...
FolkArt Enamels FAQs
Most commonly asked questions about FolkArt Enamels.
Plaid Paints are Safe
Plaid Paints Are Certified Safe & Non-Toxic by Independent, Board-Certified...
Creating a Cling Using the Gallery Glass® Modular Technique
Adding color to your Gallery Glass project is fun and easy with these steps.
Popular FAQs
Paint spilled on clothing may be removed with soap and water. Paint on woodwork can be removed with a damp rag. Do not allow spilled paint to dry.
Kids love using Window Color to make pre-formed suncatchers, magnet photo frames and more. Look for the AP (Approved Product) Seal on of the Gallery Glass Line indicating they are non-toxic.
Gallery Glass Protective Sealer is recommended for all projects, especially window clings and designs in high humidity areas. The sealer will resist dust and fingerprint impressions as well as protect against condensation in moist areas.
Gallery Glass ® is NOT RECOMMENDED for:
  • Outdoor use
  • Surfaces in environments that are not temperature controlled (storm doors, automobiles, motor homes)
  • Surfaces that are in frequent contact with water or heavy condensation, such as shower doors.
Don't apply Window Color to surfaces when temperatures are lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Extremes in temperature during application and curing process can cause cracking and distortion. May fade in sunlight.
Get tips on preparing glasses for painting, design ideas, and... more