Poured Acrylic Faux Stained Glass Free Shark Pattern and Paint Recipes too
July 30, 2017
Create a Faux Stained Glass Great White Shark on the Acrylic sheet
from a purchased frame.
You don’t need cells to make a beautiful and creative project with poured acrylic paints!
****Safety INFORMATION*** If Using SHEET GLASS****
1. Wear Gloves and shoes that cover the whole foot when handling glass with uncovered edges.
2. Use tape and cover the edges-
The edges of sheet glass are like razors and WILL cause great harm if you are not careful.
3. Never work with glass if you are tired–You must pay attention at all times.
4. Please don’t leave glass sheet where small curious children or pets can mess with it. Keep them safe!
The quick run down of the steps:
1. Get Frame Take out the Glazing (Acrylic sheet or Glass Sheet)
2. Remove the protective plastic from one side of the glazing and have the uncovered side face up On top of your pattern. Pattern is available on http://www.deliberately-creative.com.
(If you are using glass make sure to wear gloves and tape all the edges before handing with bare hands.
Click here for pattern!
3. With Gallery Glass Leading open bottle and remove inner seal- trace the pattern with the leading on to the glass – Let dry 24 hours
4. Fill the spaces with your colors of acrylic paint mixed with pouring medium (Paint colors and Recipes below)
5. Let Dry 24 hours
6. Put in frame, Hang up and enjoy!
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12×12 Frame with Acrylic Glazing (Glass)
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I Use a scale to measure my paint, water and pouring medium. It is more accurate and consistent to use a scale and way faster!
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You do need a cup or container for each color. Little plastic cups are great if you are saving leftover paints.
You can use small paper water cups if you are not going to try and save the paint. Paper cups will fall apart more quickly.
You will also need some craft sticks and a pair of gloves to to make it easier to keep your hands clean.
You can experiment with any pouring mediums–just do them proportionally small batches until you are confident that your combinations will work.
On to the Recipes!
Put your cup on the scale press the button to set the scale to zero and follow the measurements as you add each item to a cup for each color.
All of the colors were mixed in a ratio of 6 parts Liquitex Pouring Medium to 1 part Paint. I used 30 grams Liquitex Pouring Medium and 5 grams paint NO water.
Folkart Acrylic Paint Sampler Amazon Affiliate Link
Folkart Acrylic Paint Licorice Black, Ultramarine Blue, Lipstick Red
Decoart Paints Sampler Amazon Affiliate Link
DecoArt Grasshopper Green
Deco Art Crafters Acrylic- Island Blue
Artist loft Flow White –
Pebeo Studio Acrylics Dyna 356 – Amazon Affiliate link Green/Blue Iridescent
There’s no silicon oil or torching in my projects as I really worry about the possible side effects of heating the acrylic paints and the materials they are made from. I’m also concerned with the possible issues down the line with the paint not forming a good bond with the surface because of the oils preventing proper adhesion.
We all have to weigh the pros and cons of how we interact with our art supplies. Experimenting can be exciting and beautiful, but there can be consequences we don’t know about yet. As with any thing in life be informed by reputable sources and your own common sense. 🙂
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