Sunday, February 24, 2019

Hand-Painted Wine Glasses

Here are some pictures of the wine glasses I have recently made with Deco Art paint pens.

Click on this link to my Etsy shop (nancygirlcreations) to see more pictures.

Underneath each picture is a direct link to each glass if you would
 like to learn more, please stop by anytime.

Hand-Painted Monarch Butterflies Wine Glass









Bird Wine Glass




Butterfly Wine Glass




White Daisies Hand-Painted Wine Glass




Peacock Feather Wine Glass


Dragonfly Hand-Painted Wine Glass


Hand-Painted Penguin Wine Glass



Hand-Painted Peacock Wine Glass





Hand-Painted Butterfly & Lilac Wine Glass


Hand-Painted Ladybug Wine Glass






Deco Art Paint Pens come in a wide variety of colors and provide great
control when painting on glass...
Click the picture above for a direct link to the pens used to make these glasses


 Be creative, and be happy!






Friday, May 25, 2018


Hand-Painted Rocks - Painting on Rocks is a Fun Craft for All Ages

My hobby is a little bit of a quirky sounding one, I love painting on rocks!


You only need a few things to get started with this fantastic hobby that the whole family can enjoy.

Most of the supplies are inexpensive, free, or can be purchased at a local craft store with a coupon. 

Here is a link to a coupon you can access on your phone and have scanned in the store.

In addition, you can find just about everything you need to get started at online sellers like Amazon.




There are many different methods for painting on rocks, and there are so many different things you can paint on a rock.

Well, the ideas that come to my mind are endless!  It just depends on what you like and what sparks your creativity.

Here is a picture of one of my painted rocks...



Irises & Hollyhocks
Hand-Painted Rock
 by nancymaggielee


You could paint flowers on rocks, birds, butterflies, fairies, cottages, animals, words and inspirational messages to name just a few.

<< See pictures of my painted rocks here >>

Over the course of painting many different rocks, I have found different methods of transferring designs onto my rocks to get the outcome I desire.

On this website I will outline each method I have used to design my rocks and from those you can choose which one you like best.  Why not try them all?

If you find a rock you want to paint and you start with a method that's not working out for you, simply wash the rock and start over and perhaps try a different method.