Anthropologie-inspired Atom art bowls

I’m not sure if we’ve officially announced that we are part of the DecoArt blogging team but the new DecoArt blog is the cutest and we’re simply thrilled to be a part of it (:

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This month the team is sharing projects using DecoArt’s awesome line of fun glass products… from glass stain to glass paint markers, there is some cool stuff for anyone to use on just about any glass surface. We used the enamel writers and turned some standard thrift store white Corelle bowls into little works of art, inspired by Anthropologie’s gorgeous Atom bowls.

DIY Anthro-inspired atom bowls using DecoArt enamels

This project was a cinch to do with the enamel paint writers which are perfect for glass and glazed ceramics and hello, check out those fun colors! We also used the frost enamel, (which gives you the frosted glass finish while still providing the opaque, dimensional look.) They are easy to use and would be super fun for the littles to play with, too!

Anthro-inspired Atom bowls using DecoArt 3D enamels

We simply had the screen of the Anthro atom bowls up and freehanded each design onto a bowl. Of course it’s not perfect but it sure is more fun displayed in my turquoise hutch than 3 boring white bowls, right? (;

Anthro-inspired Atom bowls

These fun Americana Glass Paints 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 visit Americana Glass PaintsHolla! You can get a $3 rebate when you buy 5 Americana glass paints. Sweet!

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Take a peek at what our talented teammates are creating with their Americana glass paints:

 

This was our very first glass paint project and we can’t wait to share what else we are working on with DecoArt! (:

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  1. 1

    Kristi… these bowls are beautiful! You did a wonderful job!

    Take care,

    Trish

  2. 2

    Oh My Word!!! These are so CUTE!! Now it makes we want to go to Home Goods and get White Bowls and then head to Michaels or Joanns and get some Deco Art paint.. :) LOVE LOVE LOVE and LOVE !!!
    xoxo

  3. 3

    LOVE these!! You guys are aaaaaamazing!!
    kisses
    heather

  4. 4

    I love these! I bet they do look great in your turquoise hutch! What a fun project.

  5. 5


    Crystal

    The bowls are so fun and beautiful!! I agree that they are so much better than plain bowls. They look great!!

  6. 6


    fariba

    Hi , I love your pattern ,these are great ,thank you so much . ;)

  7. 7

    Awesome! Cant wait t try them :)

  8. 8

    These are so cute!!! I’ve always loved those bowls. Excited to try making my own!

  9. 9

    These are…..BEYOND fab!!! What a brilliant idea!!! xoxo

  10. 10

    Very fun idea! I’ll save these to feature on Copycat Crafts too :)

  11. 11


    Megan B

    These are so cute! Potentially stupid question: can you eat out of these or are they mostly decorative? Just curious–I think we’re going to make these the next time I host craft night!
    Thanks!

  12. 12

    Your bowls are amazing. Think I have all the materials to make a couple so thanks for the idea.

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  13. 13

    Hi Kristi. I love these and they are something I could do with my children. My fav is still the mosaic luminary, but the bowls are fab too!

  14. 14

    I just discovered your blog and absolutely love these bowls. Thanks for sharing such a fun DIYproject!

  15. 15

    Love these, Kristi! I’d have to have someone mail me these paints as I know I’d never ever find them here in Costa Rica, but I love the designs you made. I’ll have to give this a try with my colored Sharpies and see how it turns out. Love it! Pinning.

    • 16

      Wow Sharpies would be adorable, Jelli! And yes, they’d be worth shipping! Costa Rica how fun!! (:

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