Decorative glasses are a very decorative detail that is done with the technique of painting glass. DIY decorative glasses can be painted for a festive occasion such as a holiday, New Year, Christmas, etc. But also you can express your creativity on them by painting glasses that you will use every day or give to someone.
Firstly, wash and dry the desired glass well. Draw the shapes you want on the outside with a thin felt-tip pen. Then take the contour color and draw the contour lines of these shapes. Place the glass in a preheated oven and bake for about 40 minutes. After that, start filling in the drawn shapes with color. Depending on whether you want to get thicker and thinner lines per cup, use brushes of different thicknesses. When you have finished painting, put the glass back in the preheated oven for about 40 minutes so that the paint does not wipe.
Another way is : wash and dry the glasses well and then use your free hand to draw abstract lines. When you paint the desired motifs and lines, bake the cups in the oven for about 40 minutes. We leave it to you to think about how you would like to decorate your glasses.
DIY Decorative Glasses With Spray Paint
Dear friends and DIYers if you look for a new fresh idea to add a new decorative element in your home, without breaking the budget, than you would love to see these ingenious. idea. Perfectly personalized glass / jar… great for any occasion! If this sounds good for you than continue with reading the article and see how to make it.
You will need
– Martha Stewart Spray Paint Kit
– your choice in color of Martha Stewart’s Craft Paint
– Krylon Frosted Glass Finish Spray Paint
– cheap glass jars of any kind
– regular tape and/or stenciling tape
– different stickers or labels of any kind!
Clean your paintable glass surface with rubbing alcohol before you start taping and painting! Tape off the area of your glass that won’t be painted with your colored paint…
You can use any kind of tape or sticker and do not forget to press firmly to create a cute relief design
The placement is your choice these below are nautical and they are amazing but you can make it as you wish
Using the Martha Stewart Spray Paint Kit, mix the paint and spray medium as directed on the package.
If you need to turn, touch the taped areas
Wait only like 5 to 10 minutes before carefully removing the tape. Removing it before the paint dries completely will help prevent paint from lifting off the glass.
After the first coat of colored paint is completely dry, then spray on the Frosted Glass Finish. When this paint is wet, it looks wet – it takes like a minute to fog up and then just looks amazing!
And here is the final result. So Brilliant isn’t it?
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