Monogrammed Glass Wall Art using Glass Paint

As part of the DecoArt core blogging team, I had the opportunity to try out a few products from their glass paint collection.

glass wall art

 I wanted to make a monogrammed art piece for my nine-year old’s room, so I decided to try out the products on a floating glass frame.  It couldn’t have been easier! The best part… it costs less than $10!

monogrammed wall art

Supplies that you will need:

*DecoArt Glass Paint Marker, I used black

*Floating Glass Picture Frame

*Computer Print Out

glass paint marker

I had such a great time trying out DecoArt’s black glass paint marker on this project.  I also love that I was able to create a beautiful piece of wall art with a frame, marker, and piece of paper!

Let’s learn how to make it…

frame picture

Step One.  I used PicMonkey to create a custom art print,  I made sure that it would fit on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch piece of paper and then used a Spirograph overlay and some fancy fonts for the lettering.  Print it out.

wall art

Step Two.  Open up the frame and tape the piece of paper in place.  Refasten the frame making sure you like the placement of the paper.

glass paint marker

Step Three.  Here is the fun part… trace all of the black with your glass marker.  You are going to love how easily it glides and how consistent it is. Once you are finished, let it dry completely and take the paper out of the frame.  That’s it!

glass wall art

Ann loves it which makes this mama pretty happy!

American Glass Paints and products are available at Michaels, JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores, Pat Catan’s Craft Centers, A.C. Moore, Beverly’s, and other fine craft retailers. For more information on American Glass Paints visit HERE! There is also a rebate if you purchase 5 American Glass Paints you will get $5 back! Go HERE for more information.

Be sure to check out these other fabulous projects using glass paint…

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!


  1. MarieRoxanne says

    When I saw this I immediately thought of the 1960’s toy called Spirograph. I used to have oodles of fun with that thing!
    I bet it’s not the same using a computer program to design it for you.
    Looks good though! I like it and may just make one for myself, a fancy R will look really great

  2. Crystal says

    Gorgeous!! I love it!! This will look wonderful in my office. Another project for me….yay!!! Thanks so much for the idea and tutorial!! Pinning!!

  3. dj says

    What a simple but great idea! Thanks for sharing. I have a question on how you made the spirograph overlay in Picmonkey though. Thanks for any help you can give a novice Picmonkey user!


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