Faux Stained Glass Christmas Ornaments!

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 Faux Stained Glass Christmas Ornaments!
I love Ornaments.
You can never have too many, right?

You will need some glass or plastic ornaments.
You will also need:
Gallery Glass Simulated Liquid Leading
Gallery Glass Window Color
I received this fun Stained Glass paint from Plaid.
I am fortunate to be an Ambassador for Plaid Crafts.
They send me samples of their fantastic products for me to use in posts.
I love their products and whole-heartedly endorse them without affiliation. 

 You can free hand it or use a marker to draw a pattern on your glass.
 I free handed a simple poinsettia.
The liquid leading is very thick and opaque.
 Let it dry completely.
 Next, add the window color.
 It is not nearly as thick as the leading.
Fill the spaces evenly and to the edges of the leading.
 Then let them dry completely.
They will dry much more translucent.
 The light shines through them beautifully!
Add a ribbon and hang them on the tree!
 Great craft to do when the older kids are home from school!
So much fun and the effect is wonderful!
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