Chalky Finish for Glass Painted Candy Dish

Chalky Finish for Glass Painted Candy Dish

Posted by DecoArt on May 11th 2014

Store your sweets in this flea market candy dish painted with Chalky Finish for glass.


    • water container
    • paper towels
    • rubbing alcohol
    • sandpaper
    • scissors
    • ruler
    • pencil
    • 1/2" flat brush
    • white glue
    • black embroidery floss
    • glass candy dish
    • 2 sheets of scrapbook paper



    Apply multiple coats as needed.

    Let dry between painting steps.

    1. Clean off glass with alcohol and a paper towel.
    2. Paint the main part of the dish top and the entire dish bottom with Vintage using the 1/2" flat brush.
    3. Paint the glass dish handle with Relic and the 1/2" flat brush.
    4. Distress the piece with sandpaper to achieve the desired effect.
    5. To make the tag, choose a font on the computer and type out "confections." Make a copy of the scrapbook paper of your choice and put the copy in the paper tray and print "confections" onto the scrapbook paper copy.
    6. Draw an rounded rectangle around the word using a pencil and ruler. Cut out the tag and make a slightly bigger tag in the same shape and glue to the back of the printed tag.
    7. Poke a hole in the tag with a sharp pencil and tie the embroidery floss to the tag and the dish.