I've recieved many emails reguarding the Glass Pour-On Directions and ingredients. This is what I use: EnviroTex Polymer Coating. It comes in a box with 2 bottles (Resin & hardener) you can purchase it at Michael's or your local craft store where your spray adhesives and and strong liquid glues are displayed. It comes in 3-4 different size boxes. It's more economical to purchase the larger size box. Just follow the directions on the box. It's pretty simple. Hint: For 2 tiles you need about 1/4 cup of combined product to completely cover both tiles. I work off of a paper plate. take a dixie cup and turn it upsidedown and tape it to the center of the plate. Place a piece of mounting tape to the bottom of cup and gently place your tile on the center of the cup. Then I pour on the glaze and wipe the drips of the sides every 20 minutes for about 1-2 hours until it starts to harden. It takes a good 12 hours to set and harden completely. I hope this helps everyone out. It's very hard for me to answer everyones emails, but I do enjoy reading them!
Date: Monday, May 8, 2006 GMT Views: 2351
Registered: July 14, 2004 Location: Texas Posts: 5526
Mon, May 08, 2006 @ 4:05 PM
Gorgeous! Thank you for taking the time to explain everything for us! I like the way this looks from here, I want to try it. I'm a little confused about the dixie cup but maybe walking through it will help me get it !!! Thanks Michelle. Your work is beautiful!
Registered: January 9, 2005 Location: Salt Lake City, UT Posts: 1621
Thu, Jul 13, 2006 @ 12:36 AM
Thanks so much for sharing these instructions. I was just about to PM you so it saved you another message!!! If you didn't do such fantastic stuff then your mailbox wouldn't get so full! LOL! I'm a big fan of yours and I love how you make simple, demonstratable cards look like a million bucks!! Thanks for sharing your awesome talent!