I think your faux mercury glass is great...I'm not bored. I think you're clever and talented!
You have got to STOP! ;) I stood at Hobby Lobby last week staring at all of he half price glass and thinking, what can I use to make mercury glass like my friend Melissa? But I would have needed everything...glass, paint, etc. So I didn't get it and I was just about to start forgetting when you post it again! Love it really. You can be sure that all of my whining is actually a compliment. LOL! Lisa~
Ohhhhh, I like Mercury glass! Thank you for sharing!Hugs,Olivia
wow! that is a huge difference and I love the effect on the glass, very pretty.
Oh you do not have to stop the faux mercury glass photos! I love it. And it decorates my house vicariously through you. :-)
I think I like before better this one time Melissa. hugs♥O
Oh I totally get the obsession . . . I have so many obsessions! ;)
I don't get sick of looking at your Mercury jars...you do a nice job!
Ooo, that is my favorite yet. Of course, the red probably shows up better than the others have. And now I want to go make a whole slew of red ones to match my living room.
I like the red! I think there is a lot to explore with this technique, maybe with something else than water (I'm thinking water with sugar and a drop of rubbing alcohol) to get different patterns.
That's a cool one! I love how the metallic rim of the base echoes the mercury-glass metallic element.
Hey, that turned out very cool. I think this would be awesome for the holidays! I've got tons of glass thingys I want to try this on!
Don't stop - I'm loving all the mercury projects!
I just found you via Domestically Speaking and I'm your newest follower because of this Mercury Glass stuff! Love it! Thanks for sharing.
First green, now red. You're well on your way to crafting enough mercury glass for Christmas decorations, Melissa. Obsessions are hard to curb, aren't they? ;)Thanks for linking to my party. I look forward to seeing what you link up each week.Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottagehttp://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com
Very pretty, I really like it.