DIY Frosted & Glitter Champagne Glass
Do you wish to frost your table setting for the Winter Wonderland dining experience? I do, mainly after I watch my daughter's favorite movie, Frozen.
This cold season should be the perfect time to do a Winter Wonderland theme for your special occasion. So get ready to hang the snowflakes glitter ornament on your dining table, dress your table with a silver or white table cover, and place your white chargers, plates, and silver spoon. And how about the wine or champagne glass? Will you use the regular crystal glass, or do you want to frost it too? Here's a DIY idea for you to make frosted glass champagne.
To have a truly frosted winter experience. You have surrounded yourself with snow and ice; if you can't have the real snow and ice, you must fake it until you make it.
So here is the idea to make your table setting worthy for snow queen.
What you need:
1 Martha Steward Craft Fine Glitter In Blue or any color you desire.
1 Martha Steward Craft Glass Paint Frost
2 Champagne Glasses
One small bowl
How to do it is very easy:
Prepare the paint in any container that is suitable for you. And start dabbing using the sponge or my makeup sponge you don't use anymore; dub it over entirely until the glass gets good coverage of frost to develop, let it dry for at least forty minutes, and start dabbing again. It will need at least two coats or more of paint. Do the same steps when you do the glitter paint.
Remember: paint should not be near the rim of the glasses where your lips touch the glass. Air dry only; it will cure after 21 days and is dishwasher-safe!
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