Above is the finished product.
I accidentally started before taking pics...whoops at least here are a few pre paint glass jars/vases.
I painted the inside of the glass with a few coats of paint. I also painted the exterior of the candlesticks with a few coats.
Notice in the pics there are some dull before it turns to mirror. I loved to watch it turn like magic.
See how there is a little settlement. I rolled it around inside the vases and jars a bit until it was mostly dry.
Once I was done painting, I hurried and got some white vinegar and water and put it in a cup. Then I just used my fingers and flicked it onto the inside of the jars. Then I let it sit a minute, and I took a paper towel and rubbed it gently to take off a bit of the paint. I didn't want to distress it as much as the tutorial, so I just did a little bit. Since I didn't have much paint left, I was scared to take too much off.
Above are the jars sitting with their vinegar water droplets.
It was a fun project, and I think they look cute. Also, it didn't really take that much time, besides prepping the jars. However, I did have silver cuticles for a week. I hope no one thought I had a paint huffing problem. I'll give you one more look at my finished project below. They look really cool when they are lit.