Painted Glass DIY + Weekend Links

I love this diy idea from Project Wedding for painted glass centerpieces. Great weekend project, if you ask me. And speaking of weekend projects, here are a few more that I hope to get around to in the next couple of days…

1. Four small things you can make right now (coin purse, button magnets, cross-stitching, and painted vases). My roundup for Oh Hello Friend this week. One of my favorites so far.

2. Clever ring storage on Cut Out and Keep.

3. Five pom pom diy ideas for Easter and beyond in the new issue of Sweet Paul (page 62-66).

And a few business tip links for ya…

1. I’ve been enjoying this completely free video summit for right-brain business owners. It runs through March 11th. And I thought you might like it too.

2. Here are a few tricks for getting people to actually read your blog posts. Its a guest post by Tracey Matthewman on Laura Roeder.

3. If you have an amazon order you’ve been meaning to place, I have to recommend that you also pick up a copy of Seth Godin’s new book Poke the Box. So good. I am about halfway through the book myself (super quick and easy read) and it’s been a great kick in the butt / inspiration.

Have a wonderful weekend. Catch you Monday!

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What a cute DIY 🙂

Tali Schiffer

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I thought so too Tali. Hope you had a great weekend.


Thanks, Brittni, for featuring my little no sew coin purse in your small things round-up! I really love the small things posts and hope there will be more!!



My pleasure Pascale. I love your tutorials!


Love seeing my project wedding crafts popping up on my favorite sites:) Glad you liked the vases!


Loved ’em Victoria. Such a cool project. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.


The painted glasses are lovely, but for me, what made them stand out are the tulips. They perfectly complement the paint’s colors. I wish this post also included the story how these painted glass centerpieces were conceived. I can’t take my eyes off those tulips! Before I forget, Tracy Matthewman’s ideas are very helpful. Thank you for sharing!


Oh I just put together a vase of flowers this morning. This painted glass idea would be the perfect way to hide the parts that aren’t so lovely (ie. the stalks)!

Might have to raid my glass and vase collection and give this one a go. I think it looks gorgeous. Especially with the different shades all in a row. Thanks Brittni!

Alex Louisa

LKJ_ Yes! I love tulips as well. Beautiful flowers, aren’t they?

Good point Alex, “This painted glass idea would be the perfect way to hide the parts that aren’t so lovely”. You are so right!



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ooo the look so sweet! Love pastel colors! The sweeten up everything!

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